Von Miller’s girlfriend K. Michelle is apparently a much bigger deal than he is. If you go by their social media followers, she’s got him dead to rights by more than 3,000,000 followers. She also manages to sell a healthy amount of albums. I was just reading a Billboard announcement that said she’s sold over 50,000 units in a week. That’s a radio-friendly unit shifter right there, guys. Personally, I am not a fan of the R&B style she excels at, and I certainly dislike the production style involved in her songs- to me it’s far too synthetic sounding- but she doesn’t need me as a fan when she’s selling like she is.
It’s not all that easy to keep a relationship between two people with relatively high profiles a secret, but Von Miller’s girlfriend K. Michelle only recently became known as his girlfriend. A source broke the news to Bossip that she’d been dating Von Miller for a few months and that they planned on making the news public shortly. The source also mentioned something about them both being from the south and how he “puts her at ease.” Well hell, the man can dance, as you all ought to know. Like fellow NFL players Doug Flutie and Antonio Brown, Von Miller is a contestant on Dancing With The Stars.
One of the of the hobbies of Von Miller’s girlfriend is showing off her,… um… “assets” on social media. Sorry, but that’s what she does- she posted a picture of herself with part of her nipple exposed. I guess this gets attention and attracts fans? If I were a recording artist signed to Atlantic Records like K. Michelle, I’d want to get attention solely for my music, but I guess branding/looks all ties into it. Anyway, her social media is essentially a selfie festival with clips of her performing and advertisements of her shows and releases thrown in for good measure. There’s also a few boneheaded quotes like, “When you are a giraffe and you receive criticism from turtles, they are reporting the view from the level they are on.” So then, reporting from my turtle view: the constant pitch-shifted vocals and oh-so-tired drum machines and software synths really don’t do it for me, K. Michelle.