According to K. Michelle, the crossover has a purpose as she out to share a bit of wisdom to the ladies of the latest Love & Hip Hop series.
“There are lot of women on there who are at a place that I was in. I just think it’s really good, I feel like, for me to go in and talk to those women and offer a shoulder,” the singer/reality TV star said during a VH1.com Google Hangout.
BTW, K. Michelle’s appearance on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood in addition to the New York and Atlanta versions of the LHH franchise, certifies her as the only cast member to be on all three franchises.
Regarding the newest members of the “LHH” team, K. Michelle mentioned that they are holding their own.
“They’re giving the drama. They’re bringing it,” she said while not specifying which of the show’s ladies needed her guidance the most.
Unlike the other “LHH” fixtures, Joseline and Karlie are the only two women of the franchise who supported K. Michelle.
“Joseline and Stevie are really supportive,” she said. “Him and Joseline are always very supportive of me. They never have a jealous bone in their body…and Karlie.”
Although Joseline and Karlie will be seen on her show, K. Michelle stated that she wasn’t expecting anything more from her former co-stars. With the new show, she finds herself even more comfortable being on her own.
“Now it’s all on me, and I accept the challenge and take the responsibility,” said K. Michelle. “It is important for people to know all of me.”
To see K. Michelle’s appearance on VH1’s Google Hangout, check out the video below: