In recent episodes on and off camera, the opinionated “V.S.O.P.” singer has expressed her feelings about the men of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘s sexuality. Now, at least in Kirk’s case, she’s singing a different tune.
“No, I don’t think Kirk’s gay [Laughs],” she exclusively tells B. Scott. “I’ve said it before, I just said that he has four earrings. He’s very feminine and sensitive, but no I don’t think he’s gay. I think a lot of men act like bitches these days, so it’s not just him.”
K. does, however, stand firm on her thoughts of Nikko and Johnny, but she’s more concerned with the “down low” behavior than their sex preferences. “I don’t have a problem with anybody being gay, but I have a major problem with someone being on the down low and misleading other people. I’ve been through my situation with a girl in the past and I was very honest and open about it. I don’t want people to think I was being insensitive to his sexuality, because that’s not the case. We’re in a society now where we’re open. If you know that you’re gay, then you need to be that and own it. That’s just my opinion.”
Allegedly Mimi and K. have patched things up post-this week’s episode blowup, but the jury’s still out on whether K.’s beliefs about Nikko and Johnny are right.
See what else K. Michelle had to say over at LoveBScott.