'Love And Hip-Hop New York' Season 4 K Michelle Fight Scene Causes Riot, Cops Called to Set
on Aug 28, 2013 02:28 PM EDT
K Michelle vowed Love & Hip-Hop fans will see a more positive side of her personality on screen, but a show insider revealed she caused so much drama during filming that police had to be called to the show's taping.
Media Takeout reported Wednesday that K Michelle made a comment so sarcastic that a fight ensued during filming for episode 3 of Love & Hip-Hop New York, part of its fourth season.
A source said VH1 cameras was filming Michelle at a hotel dancing with a man who later had a heated discussion with another man. The second man began to throw money at women in the crowd. Michelle, who was unimpressed by the scene, reportedly yelled, 'Yall swipping? Ain't that what yall do in New York?"
The phrase refers to credit card fraud.
A fight ensued between several people and the show's camera crew recorded the action outside of the hotel. The altercation allegedly involved new Hip-Hop co-stars Corey Gunz and Amina Buddafly.
K Michelle admitted in a recent interview that she knew she was portrayed as the "villain" in Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta and has since past that image. She vowed her fans will see she has more positive aspects to her personality.
The R&B singer, who is classically trained piano player, said in her cover story for Sister 2 Sister viewers will see less of her notorious, aggressive behavoir that led her to have multiple arguments on Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta.
"You see the angry me, but this show is more [about] my move to New York," Michelle told the magazine. "Like, I'm just getting in my house this week in New York. Now we found the furniture-all of this kind of stuff, and just my growth as an artist and me dating again and just me being a mother and my real friends, not the friends that I've been put with."
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