K. Michelle airs out her dirty laundry every week on VH1′s “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” but there’s more to her than what you see on TV. The Memphis soulstress shares another side of her story in the video for “Half of It,” her version of Rihanna’s Emeli Sandé-penned cut off Unapologetic.
“Saw me on the television, actin’ up and slappin’ bitches/ And I ain’t proud of how I’ve been livin’/ I pray the Lord my soul’s forgiven,” sings the red-haired diva on set of a photo shoot.
She admits to not being able to handle her liquor and trying to be a role model for young women. “‘Cause I want them to be better than me, better than the fool they see me act on TV.”
Just last week, she debuted “V.S.O.P.,” the first single off her upcoming album Rebellious Soul, due July 30.
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