K. Michelle, singer-songwriter and star of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" who is moving to the New York version of the series is insisting that God delivered her from dramatic encounters on television.
Erica Mena, a cast member on "Love & Hip Hop: New York" recently tweeted a verbal tirade against K. Michelle, the singer born Kimberly Pate. Mena took to Twitter to insist that K.Michelle's first day of filming consisted of speaking negatively about the New York veteran.
However, K. Michelle decided to dispel any rumors of fans expecting her to argue with Mena on the show.
"I will appear on LHHNY, ONLY 2introduce my new show," K.Michelle tweeted. "You will NOT C me on camera arguing with ANYONE. Im not helping storylines this season."
The singer went on to speak about God delivering her from negativity that fans witnessed her involved in with the Atlanta series.
"When God delivers you from drama and conflict you don't revisit it. I'm living my dreams," she tweeted. "My life is good, ill pray 4u and ur healing."
Earlier this year, K. Michelle revealed why she was leaving "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta."
"Yeah it's time to go. I just feel like God's just really blessing me," K. Michelle told the Atlanta radio station 94.5 FM earlier this year. "I just feel like I can't keep putting myself in negative situations that's going to make me want to slap somebody."
The singer has engaged in verbal and physical altercations with "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast members and rappers Karlie Redd and Rasheeda last season, along with friend Mimi Faust this season.
However, the singer has been adamant about trying to make some changes, and previously took to Twitter to express her desire to let God help her do just that.
"Who knows what GOD has in store 4me," K. Michelle tweeted earlier this year. "All I know is I'm tired of being the K. michelle that has to curse everybody out. I've found my smile."