Draya Michele Gets Sexy For Rolling Out Magazine & Reveals Why Women Do Not Like Her


There is no denying the fact that Draya is a beauty. Some people describe her as having the prefect body because she has like no body fat but a perfectly sized butt. She’s a little bit too thin for my taste. Draya was recently featured in Rolling Out Magazine. In the interview Draya revealed a lot about herself. She says she’s just a regular girl that likes regular things.



Here’s a few excerpts from the Rolling Out Interview:

Draya On Being A Jetsetter:

“Me and my girlfriends travel a lot. And we go everywhere. We’ve been to Europe. We’ve been to Mexico. We’ve been to Central America,” she says. “We love to go everywhere and we want to go as far as the airplane will take us.”

Draya Talks About Being A Regular Girl & Liking Regular Things:

“I’m very regular. I like to do regular stuff with my guy. If we’re not going to the movies or to dinner, I like to stay in my house and cook,” she says. “I’m still, like, a regular girl and a hopeless romantic. All I need is one flower. I don’t need a dozen roses. One flower is fine.”
And here’s one more tidbit: Despite exuding outer confidence — and even a touch of occasional arrogance — on the screen, Michele wasn’t so sure that she was going to enjoy being on “Basketball Wives LA,” much less survive the experience with her limbs and sanity intact.

On Basketball Wives:

“It’s been a blessing and I’m very pleased with how everything has turned out. I didn’t know that it was going to turn in my favor, so I’m very thankful and very blessed,” she says. “I just didn’t know with ’Basketball Wives’ if I was going to make it out alive. I didn’t know if I was going to come out of this with a clean face or a clean image. I didn’t know what was going to happen, so it was a gamble. And … I won.”

Draya Explains Why She Think Some Women Don’t Like Here:

“I just think that some women don’t like me because they don’t understand me. They don’t know the history, they don’t know where I come from,” she says, “so there’s a little bit of a misunderstanding. They think that I’m dressing for attention when in reality I’m just a free spirit.”

Draya Sums Up The Making Of Her:

“I come from a small city in Pennsylvania near Philadelphia called Redding. I don’t know the population, but it’s nowhere near the size of L.A. It’s nowhere near the size of Philly. It’s very small. Everyone I went to elementary school with I went to high school with. So for me to be able to break out of there and into this Hollywood life, I take [things] a little bit differently because I’m not raised in this,” Michele says. “I came to Hollywood and I was a little wild. I met new people. But I’m changing and I’m letting people know that I get my a– up every day and work. I work during the daytime and I come alive at night. People don’t understand it. People don’t understand the party aspect of it. And I get paid to party, so why wouldn’t I? Who doesn’t want to party and make money partying? It’s like a win-win situation.”

 “A strong woman to me means that a woman can do it on [her] own. Whether she’s working, whether she’s going to school, whether she is a mother … whatever she is doing, she is doing it on her own. And whatever she is doing, she is succeeding at it and trying her hardest. That’s a strong woman to me,” says Michele.