K. Michelle Blasts ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Stars: ‘Started From The Bottom and Still There’

K. Michelle is playing no games on the upcoming season of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta."

Plugging the recently released trailer for season two via Twitter, K. Michelle took a moment to address cast that have not really "come up" since season one.

"Just mind my business and some of these b—hes started from the bottom and they STILL THERE," K. Michelle wrote Tuesday (Playing on Drake's "Started From The Bottom… Now We're Here).

As previously reported, K. Michelle is back for what might be her last season, following a huge come up, landing not only a record deal, but a five album deal. That deal will kick off with the release of a debut album titled "Rebellious Soul."

While you might think that she's in good spirits, happy to be recording her debut album, K. Michelle is speaking the truth and hitting people with flower boquets this season.

"Not one to bite her tongue or go down without a fight, her antics left her without a recording deal for a few years. Now, K. Michelle has risen from the ashes like a phoenix, and is embarking on a five album venture with Warner/Atlantic. With a big-time label once again behind her, will K. Michelle be able to both speak her truth and keep the peace?" asks VH1.

In addition to familiar faces seen last year, season two sees the addition of self-proclaimed power EX-couple, Traci Steele and BabyDrew, who both hold high profile gigs as DJs. Traci rocks prime-time on Atlanta's hottest hip-hop station, and BabyDrew tours the world with Chris Brown. Together they co-parent their son, Little Drew. Never married, these two can't live without each other – yet rarely do they see eye to eye. When they decide to pool their savings and open a designer sneaker boutique, the tension mounts. Is the promise of reward greater than the risks involved?

"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" returns Monday, April 22nd at 8:00 PM ET/PT.