Chrisette Michele talks about demolition tradition and the way it compares to Kanye West

The ongoing discussion about “demolition culture” never seems to get out of our schedules. While there are mixed opinions on the subject, some people don’t believe it is real and others believe it only affects certain celebrities. For example, the DaBaby recently came under fire, with many calling for his career to be canceled after making insensitive comments on Rolling Loud in July. However, after several apologies and its recent appearances at Boosie Bash and Hot 97’s Summer Jam, it appears.

Fortunately for DaBaby, he was fortunate enough to bounce back from the cancellation and move on with his career, but this isn’t always the case with other celebrities who have faced public scrutiny. One of them in particular is Chrisette Michele. The former ‘R&B Diva’ had time today to talk about how culture affected her career and how she is constantly compared to Kanye West. On her Instagram page, she shared a tweet from Jawn Murray that The Jasmine Brand posted.

Jawn tweeted, “With our culture so hyped on Kanye West’s #Donda album, it’s time to break off @ChrisetteM! I hated that she sang at the inauguration of 45 … But #ChrisetteMichele never disregarded our history / ancestors; didn’t rock a MAGA hat; & never ran a covert campaign to influence an election! ” If you remember, Chrisette was put on public scrutiny after performing at Donnie’s 2017 dedication after blacks said she shouldn’t have accepted the check. Chrisette shared a long note on Jawn’s tweet. She wrote that most of the comments on the subject were well-intentioned, but she was not really attached to the interview results, but agreed that it was an interesting topic.

Although five years have passed since the event, many roommates came to her defense and said it was never canceled. R&B singer Tank also said no one could cancel Chrisette because the abandonment culture wasn’t real. Tank commented, “It’s been a tough business for black women, but recently black women have shone in every genre! It is time for you to do what you do! Never let social media, people, family or others dictate your calling! Let’s go!! We need new music NOW! “

Hopefully Chrisette can use this as motivation to start releasing new music.

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