By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Aug 15, 2013 05:16 PM EDT
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K Michelle admitted in two recent interviews that her well-endowed bottom is the result of plastic surgery.
VH1's Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star made the reveal on Wednesday during her interview on New York radio station Power 105.1 FM's The Breakfast Club.
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When asked about her famous backside, the petite Memphis native said she recently went under the knife to enhance her posterior.
"Recently, I've had a [butt] lift," K. Michelle told the show's cast. "It's just a lift, no injections in your butt cheeks. [...] They just lift it. They take fat out your stomach."
"I've been moving around losing weight so I guess that's why it looks even bigger because all of this weight is leaving," she added.
During an interview with K104 radio station's DeDe in the Morning show, K Michelle reportedly revealed off the record that her entire bottom is a result of butt implants.
The show's host Dede McGuire shared with her fans on Twitter that the reality star made the confession.
"K. Michelle leaving the studio," McGuire wrote. "I asked if the booty was real and she admitted....NO!!! I love honesty!" he wrote.
K Michelle has been making her publicity rounds to promote the release of her first album Rebellious Soul. The studio effort arrived in stores on Aug. 13.
The songstress will appear in season 4 of Love & Hip-Hop New York.
Watch K Michelle admit to getting butt lift and breast implants at the 4:00 mark below.
K Michelle's bottom was mentioned during her argument with rapper Rasheeda at Mimi Faust's home. Their quarrel began after another cast mate suggested they say hello to each other during episode 3 of Love & Hip-hop Atlanta season 2. After some incomprehensible yelling and cursing, Rasheeda took a jab about K Michelle's rumored plastic surgery, suggesting that she had implants in her rear end.
"Just be worried about when that a** hit the floor with that fake s--t and when y a-drop and yo a-in the hospital some f-kin where, ok?" Rasheeda yelled.
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