Chrisette Michelle is “deeply sorry” for slaying Trump’s inauguration; talks miscarriage pic


“I regret everything that happened. It was a bad choice,” sunken place R&B singer, Chrisette Michele served in regards to her decision to perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration.

“I made a bad decision. I did something that hurt a lot of people, it was offensive,” the sad-eyed 34-year-old “Blame It On Me” bellower said of her participation in the pumpkin-headed POTUS celebration back in January, while chopping it up with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, on Thursday. “While that wasn’t my intention, it’s what happened. And for that I am deeply sorry.”

After issuing a mass mea culpa the culture for massively failing in her attempt to spread a message of “hope” and “healing” by slaying Trump’s inauguration, Chrisette–who recently suffered a miscarriage due to longstanding health issues and major stress stemming from her controversial association with the widely detested Head Of State–then explained her decision to share an image of another woman’s miscarriage in order to reveal the loss of her own child via social media…


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“When what was happening to me was happening to me, I didn’t think to take a photo, but many women did,” the “Ashton Martin Music” vocalist said, adding that she “…identified with someone else’s photo[…]I wanted people to know the severity of what I experienced and so I put something up because I didn’t want it to fall on deaf ears.”

Chrisette also addressed her suicidal thoughts, as well as the contemplation of ending her musical career, in light of the balding backlash she received for her series of public upsets…


By : Asia Grace

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