Chrisette Michele & Tina Campbell Still Aren’t Invited to the BBQ

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Chrisette Michele seemed very apologetic during an interview with 105.1 The Breakfast Club where she addressed the decline of her career, a miscarriage, mental health, and the overall backlash she experienced after her performance at the inauguration of Trump.

The songstress recently shared a series of emotional Instagram posts, being transparent with her fans about what she had dealt with in recent months, her struggles with depression and thoughts of suicide. She revealed that Capital Records dropped her right after she’d finished working on her upcoming album, Strong Black Woman.

“If social media wanted to pull me down, I guess they succeeded as it pertains to Capitol & Caroline records,” the singer wrote. “I complete an entire album and my label decides to walk away from me. Capitol records. I was quiet for a few days… I go into the studio and literally poured out my heart and soul and the label decides to walk away from me?”

Detailing the experience of losing her child:

“It was my child. The one my love and I worked so hard on. I never knew I could allow myself to be so broken that my physical body would break down. A miscarriage? Me?”

The post was accompanied by a photo of  blood clots, which fans quickly called her out on. It seems she borrowed a photo of  another woman’s miscarriage which she briefly addresses in her interview. 

 “When a community sticks its middle finger up at you and completely forgets everything you’ve ever done, you’re worthless… You’ve just spent ten years kicking your own ass to be there for everyone and suddenly no one is there for you? I don’t need to be here…. ”

“I lived for the philosophy that I could live a life with out being attached to outcomes. I didn’t have to own what people called me. I could experience life from an enlightened and loving place. I could hear what people were saying but I didn’t have to own it. I could empathize with out being a victim. With every asana and meditation I found my new focus. It was love. It was understanding. It was Peace. I could be the catalyst for peace because I now have a deep understanding for what the exact opposite of peace looks like,” Michele wrote.

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