“Would You Release New Music If You Were Me?”: Chrisette Michele Responds To Kanye Comparisons And Cancel Culture
Every time Kanye West finds (or puts) himself in the news and trending on social media—usually behind some controversial comment he made or tweeted and, of course, when he drops a new album—anti-hypocrisy and misogynoir Twitter comes through with a fresh discussion about the curious career demise of singer Chrisette Michele.
Chrisette Michele is an open book while describing her career and life after her controversial performance for Donald Trump's presendial inauguration.
You want to feel bad for Chrisette Michele, but she did this to herself. After basically getting called a race traitor for singing at Donald Trump’s inauguration, the crooner just dropped a new song titled “Black Lives Matter.”
Ever since catching a massive backlash for performing at Donald Trump’s Inauguration, Chrisette Michele’s been through the grinder in both her professional and personal life.
Chrisette Michele endured the dragging of life after coming to the defense of Trump supporting singer Tina Campbell on Twitter.
Chrisette Michele appeared on CNN to talk about the ongoing controversy surrounding her performance at a Donald Trump inauguration ball.
Chrisette Michele pulled the ultimate caper in trying to convince the masses that her performance at President Donald Trump‘s inauguration ceremony was more than just collecting a check. Now, it appears that the singer is getting support from her peers, namely India.Arie and Twitter reacted swiftly with the slander.
Chrisette Michelle faced a swift and immediate backlash for choosing to sing at the Inauguration of Comrade Donald Trump. In her first interview since her coontastic decision that made Spike Lee nix her music from his work, the R&B singer blessed us with a cadre of quotes that will only add gasoline to the slander fire.
The fallout from Chrisette Michele’s decision to sing at Donald Trump’s inauguration continues as Spike Lee has decided against using Chrisette Michele’s “Black Girl Magic” cut on his upcoming Netflix series, She’s Gotta Have It.
Chrisette Michele has some explaining to do after agreeing to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration. Her open letter is an attempt to do that.
And then there was one. Chrisette Michele has put it all on the line and reportedly agreed to sing at Donald Trump’s inauguration.