'Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!' Moves K. Michelle: 'I Literally Sat On That Couch And Cried'
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'Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!' Moves K. Michelle: 'I Literally Sat On That Couch And Cried'

K. Michelle revealed she cried after watching Tamar Braxton on her new reality show, Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life!.

During a recent Instagram Live, K. Michelle discussed her reaction to seeing Braxton, saying that she could sympathize with the singer.

"So I watched Tamar's show that Mona [Scott-Young] produced. And I would like to be so ignorant and angry about it, but watching her story? I literally sat on that couch and cried because I could relate," she said, according to Madame Noire.

"Pisces are a little bit different, you know?" she continued. "I can't even be angry, be mad, try to fight with nobody on some stupid sh-t. I can only relate. You know what I'm saying? I can only relate because that's how she felt, that's how I felt."

The question is figuring out what part of Braxton's show K. Michelle was referring to. What can possibly be deduced from her statement is the fact that K. Michelle also had a reality show K. Michelle: My Life after making her debut on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. She has also been featured on the New York and Hollywood editions of the Love & Hip Hop franchise.

Even though she's said she doesn't regret her actions on reality television, perhaps K. Michelle still resonated with Braxton's personal strife, which grew during the filming of Get Ya Life. That stress led to suicidal ideation and hospitalization in July, as well as Braxton deciding to break ties with WE tv.

There's also history between K. Michelle and Braxton, as Madame Noire outlines. Some of that bad blood includes Braxton allegedly shading K. Michelle when asked by a fan if she would do a Verzuz with her, which led K. Michelle to retaliate with salacious rumors about Braxton's love life. But until K. Michelle reveals exactly what she was referring to regarding Tamar Braxton: Get Ya Life, we'll be left with speculation.

If you or someone you know is suffering from suicidal ideation, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8225 or visit the lifeline's website.

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