“Please Don’t Try To Call Me Now”: K. Michelle Blasts Friends, Family Who Didn’t Support Her During Health Crisis

April 13, 2018  |  

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You will always find out who your real friends are when you go through a life-changing event. For singer K. Michelle, she’s figuring that out now after undergoing a second surgery to deal with the effects of past butt injections, and, as she put it, watching “my life flash right in front of me.”

After informing fans on Thursday in a tearful Instagram Live video that she’d had to undergo a blood transfusion following the second surgery and that her health had, for a time, taken a scary turn, she decided to to explain, in depth, on Instagram later that evening, what she’s truly been dealing with. That includes barely being able to walk, having an infection and requiring a six-hour long surgery to remove the infection. She’s now in physical therapy and healing, as well as re-evaluating who exactly she truly has in her corner.

Jan 12 I started a journey to correct a mistake I did over 6 years ago. The first surgery went well so we thought until my body started to shut down while I was on tour. For 26 cities I was on steroids to walk and keep down infection causing me to get off stage and be rushed to ER over 4 times and then the next day back on stage. I later found out the silicone had spread and I would be rushed back into surgery. Last Wednesday I entered surgery barely functioning with my legs and an infection. The surgery to remove all of this from me lasted a long 6 hours. The following days were spent with paramedics until i they realized my blood count was severely low and I was rushed into ER where I was admitted. 2 blood transfusions later I’ve been released and started therapy today heal and walk. I have the most skilled and amazing reconstructive surgeon in Beverly Hills and I’m blessed to be here. It hurts my heart to know there are girls out here who can’t afford to have the best and are just sitting around in pain and infection. I thought I was strong but this changed my life. I saw my life flash right in front of me. So many so called friends and family where no where to be found in this dark hour. People I’ve given my last 2. NO WHERE.?Only a few where there like @moniece_slaughter@erndukes@akbar__v@richardlomaxbeauty, Ken, Myisha, @iam_whatshername_,management, my nurse Denita and my MOM by my bed every night. People had to work and were to busy be there for me. Please don’t try to call me now. I have no hate in my heart but I have no room for you. To those people who have lied on me and still continue to hurt me, I forgive you. I gotta be here for a reason now and fighting with you isn’t it. Slowing my life down now taking my time with my new music there are songs and truths 2 b told. I will sing them. But in my own time and way. My son needs me. Oh and those twins I want can FINALLY come This year because I’ll be able to actually pick them up. The small things matter most now

While it’s sad to hear that the singer felt like she went through so much of this process alone, we’re at least glad to hear that she’s doing better and is on the road to recovery. You can’t change what has already happened, but you can be thankful for the positive moments. As she put it, it’s the small things that matter the most now.

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