Now that their joint rivalry has materialized into a reported tag team diss track, another lady lyricist and (apparent) social media magistrate, Khia, is banging the gavel on Nicki’s behalf.
Shot from her makeshift courtroom, aka living room, Khia and Florida femcee Ts Madison went all the way in on the Bronx and Brooklyn rappers for their attempt to take down Nicki.
“We don’t want to see this bulls**t about this Lil Kim and Remy Ma hooking up to try to make a diss record on Nicki Minaj,” Khia declared. “Y’all old hoes need to sit the f**k down.”
Khia’s “courtroom” sentences have pitted her against other industrymates recently, landing her in social media warfare with Trina and scorching hot water with Plies. But none of that has kept her from taking the stand against Remy and Kim, anyway.
“We don’t need no super friends, no girlfriends, no mega-weave hoes latching hair together like the Doublemint Twins, trying to get extra power to be trying to roast and toast anybody,” she shot at the ladies. “Let that go.”
Afterward, Khia redirected jabs at Remy’s Love & Hip Hop New York premiere on Monday night (Oct. 30) with sensitive subject matter that we’re 100 percent certain Rem won’t take kindly to.
“Y’all seen Papoose tonight?” she asked. “Still begging for a baby. I want Papoose to write Remy something and get away from Lil' Kim.”
This wouldn’t be the first time Khia has crossed the line with Rem, either. Back in March, the “My Neck, My Back” artist had some wild, wild thoughts for Pap that she brought to Instagram as well. As for Kim, she advises to clear up that alleged robbery that occurred during BET Weekend that the La Bella Mafia femcee was named a suspect in before jumping on wax for any more controversy.
See her sentencing for the ladies diss track offense below.
Khia & TS Madison don’t approve of Remy & Lil Kim teaming up to against Nicki Minaj. Khia also calls out Lil Kim for robbing a Realtor. 😩 pic.twitter.com/Ch7L2Tn3kx— King Toné ♕ (@_JayAntonio) October 31, 2017
(Photo from left: Prince Williams/FilmMagic, Shareif Ziyadat/Getty Images, Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for BET)
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