Armed with an ingrained maturity, a flourishing creativity, and a reaffirmed faith to broadcast her life to millions, Kalenna, shared her truth as part of the popular VH1 reality series, Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta. Previously, the established "Borderline" singer-songwriter exclusively spoke about the crazy reunion, along with her misunderstanding with Ms. Deb Antney. Now the platinum-selling artist contemplates whether she'll return to the franchise.
"At the end of this season, Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta 4, I was like, 'F**k this sh*t!'" she emphatically explains. After taking the time to reflect upon the opportunity, the former Dirty Money member is ultimately grateful for the platform. If properly portrayed as a wife, a mother, a writer, an artist, and a black woman then she confines, "Will I come back to Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta season 5, maybe."
Proudly clad in a fitted cap proclaiming, Lord, Kalenna soon discusses her relationship with God. As a teen, the Philly native confesses, "I knew when I ran away from home at 15 all I got is God, my dream, my hustle, and my backpack." That solidified relationship with God has helped her to navigate some of the most challenging stages of her life.
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