K. Michelle Opens Up About Removing Butt Injections on 'Dr. Oz'

  /  02.28.2018

K. Michelle is opening up about her butt injections. The R&B songstress stopped by “The Dr. Oz Show” to talk about a procedure that she recently underwent to help decrease the size of her ass.

After watching a portion of the process on the show, Kimberly explained what was going through her mind. “I really thought I was poppin’,” she explained. “I was like, ‘Oh yeah, I look good. I look so good.’ I did it so many years ago. I did it about four or five years ago. I didn’t start to feel any pain or have any issues until like a year ago and my health started to decline.”

The health complications began to pile up shortly after. “I had seen stories from a lot of women who were going through the same things,” she added. “It was discoloration, pain in your back, migraines, super discomfort. I took the steps…I couldn’t ignore it anymore. It just wasn’t worth it to me.”

Currently on “The People I Used to Know Tour” with Damar Jackson and Kayla Brianna on select dates, K. Michelle says she isn’t done with this journey. “I truly hope my life experiences can help many other women looking up to me,” she said on Instagram. “I have a bit more to go in this journey, but every day is a step!”

Watch a portion of her “Dr. Oz” interview below.


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