If you thought it was over for Chrisette Michele, think again. The Grammy Award winner has new music, a new podcast and a new political agenda?
She talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her decision to accept Donald Trump’s invitation to perform at his Inauguration, her new single New Moon and a possible future into politics.
How has her career changed since performing at the Inauguration?
“They’ve been the same. people thought that I wasn’t going to work anymore. I work for myself. I don’t fire myself. I’ve got great friends in the industry still that keep booking us. I think that we think that Black Twitter is the voice for of all Black America.”
Did Lil’ Mo get fired for defending her?
“I was so afraid for her. She and I are good friends. We actually have a podcast coming out today actually, called No Political Genius Taboo. She’ll explain in more detail. But I felt terrible.”
Click the link below to hear the entire interview.
Presidential Election 2016: Celebrity Endorsements
1. Azealia Banks1 of 12
2. Jennifer Lopez for Hillary Clinton2 of 12
3. Kerry Washington for Hillary Clinton3 of 12
4. Uzo Aduba4 of 12
5. John Legend for Hillary Clinton5 of 12
6. Killer Mike6 of 12
7. Katy Perry7 of 12
8. Kim Kardashian West8 of 12
9. TI9 of 12
10. K. Michelle10 of 12
11. Britney Spears11 of 12
12. Kendall Jenner for Hillary Clinton12 of 12
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