Chrisette Michele found herself caught up in controversy after she performed for Donald Trump.
An African-American waitress received an inspiring note from three White male customers during inauguration weekend in Washington, D.C. The message included the words "not race, not gender, just American."
Chrisette Michele held her ground on her decision to go through with the performance.
"No Political Genius” further explains her stance against her critics, including film director Spike Lee and The Roots member DJ Questlove.
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R&B songstress Chrisette Michele has reportedly signed on to perform at president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration this Friday. According to The New York Daily News, event organizers reached out to Michele’s camp a week ago, but planned to keep it “a big secret” following scrutiny artists like Jennifer Holliday faced. Organizers allegedly approached Michele to perform […]
On January 21, 2017, one day after the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, thousands are expected to gather in Washington D.C., in yet another march for women's rights.