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Rolling out and VH1’s basketball wife Draya Michele discuss bisexuality and romance

February 14, 2013

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February 14, 2013

Rolling out and VH1’s basketball wife Draya Michele discuss bisexuality and romance

Draya Michele is easily the most talked about cast member on VH1’s “Basketball Wives LA.” An urban model with exquisite features and an hourglass figure, Draya’s attention-grabbing style and no nonsense personality make her a trending topic on both fashion and beauty blogs.

Rolling out’s editor-at-large Terry Shropshire sits down in Los Angeles with Draya for the magazine’s “Love and Basketball Special Issue,” which hits newsstands during Valentine’s Day and NBA All-Star weekend.

In an intimate conversation, Shropshire learns what turns Draya on, what she looks for in a man and if she’s really a “girl with a girlfriend.” Draya also opens up about her love-hate relationship with females and tells why the critics don’t faze her. “I just think that some women don’t like me because they don’t understand me … they think that I’m dressing for attention when in reality I’m just a free spirit.”

Visit rollingout.com to read the interview with Draya Michele in its entirety. Be sure to check out the exclusive photo shoot and video footage with celebrity photographer DeWayne Rogers.

About rolling out Magazine:

Rolling out, the nation’s largest free urban weekly, is a digital and print magazine that focuses on the black experience in response to entertainment, politics, fashion, culture, sports and lifestyle points of interest. Headquartered in Atlanta, rolling out is positioned as the voice for the African American experience, using its newspaper as a platform in the marketplace to express urgency for education reform, and to document entrepreneurial endeavors and other relevant issues in the Diaspora. For information on rolling out, please log on to rollingout.com.

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