There still seems to be some bad blood between former Queens Court co-hosts TS Madison and Khia — at least on one side of the spectrum — as the ex-rapper reportedly filed a restraining order against the internet personality.
As it turns out, her request was quickly denied and Madison took to Instagram to put her on blast for the seedy jab.
Madison, who has since gone on to re-brand her web series, renaming it The Queens Supreme Court, took to Instagram where she posted a screenshot of the restraining order document.
In the document, which saw the "My Neck, My Back" rapper "petition for temporary protective order" against Madison, it is stated that the court determined there was insufficient evidence for her request to be granted.
In the caption of the post, the popular social media and internet star urged her former colleague to just "let it go" and move on.
"Next timee have FACTS to back up LIES against me," she wrote. "Your ATTEMPT was DISMISSED and the traps you set... reversed on YOU!... Bish we in our forties... it's time to 'LET IT GO."
Take a look, below:
This all stems from ladies' public falling out, which was initiated live during one of the episodes of their web series. After their relationship dissolved days following the taping, Khia went on a disgusting rant where she hurled several transphobic and homophobic insults at both her former co-host and their viewers.
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