K. Michelle Fires ‘Clout Chasing’ Surrogate, Calls Her A ‘Clown’

Written by on February 5, 2020

 

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K. Michelle is on the hunt for a new surrogate.

During a recent interview with MadameNoire, the Love & Hip Hop star revealed that she had to fire the woman she thought was going to carry her children after the woman “went behind her back” and signed a L&HH contract.

“Oh hell no. I’m not using that clown,” K. responded when asked about the status of her surrogacy journey. “Let me ask you something. If you have nothing, right? Nothing. Somebody has paid for your children’s everything. Your children’s birthday parties since they’ve been on earth. I met this woman in Ikea. Someone that you call even for gas money. They help you — because I always end up helping somebody. Then they put you on TV and you go behind my back and sign a Love and Hip Hop contract. They use it as bargaining power against me, thinking, we have your story you have to sign up. Well, as long as ain’t no eggs in her, you ain’t never got my story!”

K. continued, “You’ll never back me into a corner. But the fact that that was even tried for something so serious as a child’s life, you get what I’m saying? That’s really bad. So you do this behind my back after I help you, then you negotiate a contract of only $500. If you had went through me, you know how much money I could have got you? For you and those babies to appear on that show? I would have tried to get each baby at least three to $5,000 a pop. But you went behind my back. You did that and I let it go. I’m still praying on it.”

The 33-year-old R&B singer went on to claim that after Tannae and her boyfriend received only $500 for their L&HH appearance they turned on her, choosing to make a YouTube about their alleged bad experience with K. in an effort to defame her. “So I decide, I’m not going to do this, and you get on YouTube and make a whole YouTube about me, but thank God I’ve never told you one piece of business about me, so it didn’t go far,” she shared, adding that they were more concerned about becoming famous and making quick money than receiving her support. “But sometimes we be so stupid just clout chasing. You just f**ked up with me, and now I’m not buying a barrette.”

“So now I want a surrogate who don’t know not one K. Michelle song,” the “Can’t Raise A Man” singer added. “Don’t know not one! I’m not offended. That’s who I’m looking for. I will be putting it in, and then I will deal with [my doctor].”

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