Michelle shocked fans across the nation when she revealed that she had been in a very private relationship with actor Idris Elba.Much to her dismay, she suffered backlash after revealing the relationship and her breakup from Elba, and now Michelle is opening up about the impact of revealing such a pivotal relationship in her life. Michelle explains why she kept mum about the relationship for so long.She also opened up about the frustration she feels about other Black women criticizing her openness about her past with Elba and Me Mp Hi Tz.“Yes, and I didn’t go into details about it out of respect for him,” Michelle said after being asked if “Maybe I Should Call” was about Elba.
A conditioning which, as a woman of colour, I have strongly withheld.
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That rumor has followed me to this day, and black women have always been upset with me for that.”“That’s ridiculous, I got a strong Black woman: my mother, my sister. I love my people.“It’s unreal how quick people can try to flip on you and try to strip you down and make you into something that you’re not based off of a misquote or somebody’s words—or somebody else’s tweet.”“I just feel like, as Black men, we do have to be aware that, yo, every time we step out with some woman it’s setting an example for our daughters and it’s also representing something for our mothers.
We’d probably would still even be close friends, but I came out — and it wasn’t for no album sales because I write about every man I date. See what she had to say about their sex life, as well as what she learned from their relationship, after the cut.
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