Khia and TS Madison’s infamously shady “Queen’s Court” joint venture is no more after a sudden falling out between the duo live on the popular YouTube web series.
The rift has led to both women individually airing rants and receipts on each other now on separate screens—and one of which names Queens-native femcee Nicki Minaj in the middle of the drama.
Khia spent the first episode of her new solo live video undertaking “Gag Order” on a TS Madison exposé and accused her of jacking “Queen’s Court” behind her back. The rift in their business relationship first appeared to stem from technical difficulties behind the scenes, as exposed by a live Periscope video from Hollywood boycotting film star Mo’Nique, who was scheduled to be a special guest on (what would become) the last “Queen’s Court” episode.
TS Madison clapped back to her claims with printed receipts of shiesty business handlings with Nicki on Khia’s behalf, so she claims. She showed the camera an Instagram DM conversation where The Pinkprint raptress reached out to Maddie inquiring about a possible television opportunity for the “Queen’s Court” hosts. She added that after a phone conversation with Nicki, Khia made an executive decision to turn down the offer because of finicky energy.
The LGBTQ activist apologized to Nicki for baring their private conversation on camera for the world to see, but clearing her name was priority amid the situation. As proved by the Bunim/Murray Productions contract agreement Maddie held up to the camera, they were so close to closing the deal. But Khia’s opposition to the payout and terms of the contract prevented them from moving forward, Maddie said.
Nicki is still ghosting from social media since 2018 began, so don’t expect to hear any explanations from her anytime soon. Khia, on the other hand, may have some rebutting words in the meantime.
See TS Madison’s full response to the “My Neck, My Back” rapper and her recollection of the Nicki collaboration that never was below.
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