Video | K. Michelle Hits Rasheeda With A Candle + DJ Traci Steele Talks Beef With K. Michelle & More


K. Michelle‘s vocal personality causes her to be at the end of many altercations on ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’. On the sneak pick of tonight’s upcoming episode K. Michelle throws a candle at Rasheeda. Rasheeda was acting all big and bad, K. must have been pretty scared to throw a candle, I mean who does that.




DJ Traci Steele Talks K.Michelle Drama And Being Worth More Than Her Baby Daddy



DJ Traci Steele didn’t hold much back when asked about her LHHATL cast members. K. Michelle said in an interview that Traci was a bit of an opportunist. The blogs have been calling Traci a gold digger, and now Traci is firing back. The interview is very interesting.

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VH1: How was it watching yourself on TV for the first time?

Traci Steele: It was exciting, and it was fun to see myself. It was awesome.

VH1: What made you join the show since you’re already an established DJ in Atlanta?

Traci: There’s a couple of reasons, but the biggest reason is exposure. I thought it’d be not only great exposure for myself as a DJ, but for Drew as a DJ, as well as I thought our story was relatable and that other people could see us and say, “Yeah, that reminds me of me.”

VH1: What do you think about the other women on the show?

Traci: Right now I have women that I adore and I think they’re awesome and I think they’re crazy, like Joseline. I think Joseline is crazy, but I love her. She says what’s on her mind, she don’t care what nobody thinks, and I think more people need to be like that. Stop worrying about what other people [are] saying about you and just worry about you. To me Mimi is like grown. She’s a grown a– woman. I think Erica and I have a lot in common in terms of us being moms, raising our kids in the music industry. I have some people I love and there’s some people I can’t freaking stand.

VH1: K.Michelle wasn’t mentioned as someone you love so is there a problem there?

Traci: I don’t have a problem with anybody. People say things about me and they don’t know me. I just fall back and let things unfold as they may. Sometimes I don’t understand why people talk so much s— if you don’t know me, but hey at least you talking about me. I ain’t mad. Please keep putting my name in your mouth. Let everybody know who I am.

VH1: What was up with K.Michelle calling you an opportunist?

Traci: It baffles me because I’m doing the same thing you were doing, boo. What’s the difference between you and I, honey pie. But I let you live. I’m not even sure she knows what an opportunist is. You so far into Wikipedia, look that s— up. Opportunists, they benefit off of other people and they do things maliciously just to gain. I don’t gain from other people. I got on this show to build my family. I’m not hurting anyone in the process and I’m building a brand and I’m building an empire. That’s the same thing you doing, so I mean opportunist, it take one to know one.

VH1: What do you think is the difference between Love and Hip Hop New York and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta?

Traci: I think Atlanta is turnt up times 10. I watched New York and I love New York, that’s where I’m from. It had its drama filled moments, but I think Love and Hip Hop Atlanta is taking it to another level with its crazy ad turntupness. Is that a word? I just made it one. [laughs]

VH1: Are you concerned about your image seeing as how you’re a business woman and respected DJ?

Traci: People are going to say whatever they want to say. No matter what people say about how I act I still run my business and I’m going to keep doing what I’m doing. So I’m not concerned about my image. Everybody has a little bit of turnt up inside of them they just don’t show it. I’m showing you. I’m letting you know that when it comes to my son I’mma go to the next level like any parent. There is one thing I want to say. I’ve seen people on social media saying I got with Drew because he’s Chris Brown’s DJ. No, boo boo. I was with him before Chris honey. I was with him when he had zero dollars and I helped him pay off all his bills so he could get himself on his feet ’cause whoever I’m with is gon’ be on my level. Then he got with Chris and lost his everlasting mind and forgot who held him down at the beginning. Sadly enough whose still holding him down now. But trust, if I ain’t have no kid with him I wouldn’t even know who DJ Babey Drew is.

VH1: I’m glad you brought that up.

Traci: Let’s be real honest, [as far as] networth I’m worth more than he is. BAM! He’s far from broke, neither am I. I own my properties and businesses, [which] altogether is worth more than he is. Period. And he knows it.

VH1: And that’s why he’s asking you for 25 stacks.

Traci: BOOM!

VH1: Outside of the groupies how are Drew’s parenting skills?

Traci: We’re like the best of friends, but we do come into situations like the groupies and other things that happen in the industry like him touring all the time and that does affect our friendship, but we try to co-parent as best as we can and we want to show our son that we can be friends and be cordial.

VH1: Was it your idea or his for you two to join the show?

Traci: It was all me. At the time I was dating a NFL player and I went to him and asked if he’d be part of the show with me and he said yes. By the time they casted me we weren’t together anymore. So I felt like I needed that drama and Big Drew has definitely been that drama in my life. I called him literally the day before we went to cast and said, “Be open minded. Please do this with me and come with me to the casting.” And I was nervous about asking him because I didn’t think he’d want to put our lives out there, but he was totally down.

VH1: In an upcoming episode we’ll see you get feisty with one of his women. Why do you think they approach you?

Traci: I blame him, honey. He puts these stupid b*tches on a pedestal and makes them believe that they actually have some say so and they actually have an opinion. B*tch, no. The only thing you open your mouth for is to suck a d—. You don’t do nothing else. You do not have an opinion when it comes to me or my family. So that’s where another problem comes in. Big Drew don’t know how to tell these h*s you just a h*. You stand over in the corner, you say nothing.

VH1: That got you worked up last night when Drew defended the last chick he dated saying she was a nice school teacher.

Traci: He does not see until these h*s screw him over. This is not the first time that these groupie h*s have shown that they’re groupies. And they can be school teachers, they can be nurses and they could be working at McDonalds. A groupie is a groupie. Period. But he thinks, oh she’s a teacher she can’t be a groupie. B*tch please.