*Singer and former “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star K. Michelle got herself a backlash on Twitter after commenting about the ratchetness of VH1’s new reality series, “Sorority Sisters.”
While most everyone agrees that the show is an embarrassment to black sororities, a ton of feedback questioned her audacity to say it, considering she was criticized for perpetrating the same ratchetness on “L&HHA.”
K. Michelle – a member of Delta Sigma Theta, one of the sororities featured on the series – spoke with Kiki Brown of Q92 in Baltimore after the show premiered Monday night.
“It’s not appropriate,” she said of the show’s subject matter. “I’m not a fake person in my beliefs. That should have never been touched…something should be sacred for us.
“The sororities and fraternities are the one thing we look to in college that uplift the community. Things aren’t peaches and cream, but everything doesn’t need to be exposed when it comes to that. I have no respect for those women.”
Fans immediately went in, calling her a hypocrite.
K. Michelle’s response to being called hypocritical? She admitted that she has “acted a fool” on national television, but never did it with “Delta Sigma Theta tatted on my back in front of everybody.”