K. Michelle Teases Suggestive Song About Her “Friend” Ochocinco
Is anybody else losing track of the men in K. Michelle’s life? In the course of a year, or less than, the “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” songtress has been attached to Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte, New York Knicks player J.R. Smith, former NFL player Chad Ochocinco Johnson, and now Indiana Pacers baller Lance Stephenson. Though K insists she and Ryan were never a real item and that J.R. Smith had her wide open, the situation with Chad seems a lot less clear and a new song from the reality star isn’t making matters any better.
In an interview with the Russ Parr Morning Show, K. Michelle talked about Ochocinco offering to buy her shoes and that she asked for a monkey instead. Naturally, that led to speculation the two were involved in some way, but she simply told the radio hosts:
“He’s a sweetheart. That’s not what I was supposed to be doing…we’re friends. I didn’t give over my hot pocket or anything.”
She did write a song about him though — which she insists she does about everybody she dates — and when she offered up snippets of tracks from her upcoming album, “Rebellious Soul,” on the morning show, the one that was about Ocho was “Damn.”
Check out the telling lyrics:
Mama said it would happen to me, but I never did believe
I’m young, I’m fine, I’m in my prime, there’s another time
To be sitting at home crying
While your a** is out here lying
Hang it up, you can stop your trying
I’m giving up, I’m done with love
It would be nice to love you, but I’ve got to much to do
Every day I’m thinking of you
I’m supposed to be bullet proof
Damn, I’m feeling some kind of way
Damn, wanna love you but can it wait?
Damn, it may be hard to walk away
Damn, I’m feeling some type of way.
Sure sounds like K. was at least thinking about giving up her hot pocket, doesn’t it? I’m glad she at least knew that wasn’t a road she needed to go down. As she put it “you cute, but I can’t do it. ”
Check out the audio for “Damn” at the 19 minute mark in the video on the next page. What do you think?