"Through it all, he has remained a gentleman," she said.
After the release of "Fakin' It", she released three other R&B songs – "Fallin'", "I Just Can't Do This", and "How Many Times" – all three songs attained spots on the charts before Michelle left the label.
In 2012, Michelle Was added to the cast of VH1's reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Appearing on the show led her to signing with Atlantic Records and releasing her long-awaited debut album Rebellious Soul on August 13, 2013.
On March 25, 2016, Michelle released her third album More Issues Than Vogue, which debuted at number 2 on the US Billboard 200, and number one on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. As a child, Kimberly learned to play piano and guitar, and took voice lessons from Bob Westbrook, who also trained pop singers Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears. The editor of "Gossip We Love.com" commented on the discrepancies in reported birth year, registering disbelief that Michelle could have entered college, and won her class's prom beauty contest, at age 14.
Michelle formed a college friendship with Basketball Wives actress Royce Reed who was born in 1981.
She is an actress, known for Coronation Street (1960), Coronation Street: Out of Africa (2008) and Tina and Bobby (2016). Michelle is finally getting a taste of her own medicine -- at least in the slapping department -- because the IRS just hit her hard.
She has been married to Mark Wright since May 24, 2015. Michelle had a close encounter with a touchy-feely fan ... Nikalya Miller continues her testimony with the following chilling account: Q: What has he said to you about the incident? He said that he grabbed Pate and said somehow they ended on the floor. I don't remember if he told me he put a towel or pillow to be -- have her to be quiet.I don't remember which one it was because both of them have said two different things.She didn’t flat out say that she was, but she wouldn’t say that she wasn’t talking about him either.in a new chat with Necole, K talked about her new album, specifically a song called “Maybe I Should Call.” The song, which is actually pretty good, includes lyrics like this: that [although] people don’t want to be heartbroken, I really thank God for this heartbreak because I wouldn’t have had these songs.“Um…well, I think for me when you like somebody, you know, I write songs. I”ve been very protective of certain things and situations…you just got me [laughs]. I can honestly say, I really respect him and our situation. And that’s it and that’s all I’m going to say.” Who else is yearning for Idris to actually speak on this?!