Lil Kim may not be the only rival female rap star Nicki Minaj may have to contend with, after Tampa, Florida rapper Khia unleashed a personal attack on the Queens, New York rapper on her blog.
Khia took it upon herself to review Nicki Minaj's new album Pink Friday, and by the looks of the review and her comments, the album didn't sit well with the rapper, who is best known for her hit single "My Neck, My Back."
Khia review of Pink Friday is far from flattering. Additionally, the review is laced with insults and direct attacks against Nicki Minaj and her image.
"This b**ch needs to be SHOT on site…" Khia said. "It smells WORSER than the gas that’s coming out of my ASS, from all of the Turkey that I ate over the Thanksgiving weekend. Someone needs to give this B**CH a FLEET Enima [sic] and “FLUSH” her IMMEDIATELY, She is nothing but a “Ghostwritten”, Weezy-wannabe WHORE!"
During the track-by-track review, Khia made it clear that she was unhappy with Nicki Minaj's record, although she actually purchased a copy to help Nicki Minaj's sales.
She also lambasted Nicki Minaj's business deal, with claims that she wouldn't make any money off of Pink Friday, due to the amount of cameos, producers and executive producers involved with the release.
"I can’t believe I wasted my $13.99 on this BULL S**T, I told yall that it aint no damn Barbies in the hood," Khia wrote angrily. "I can’t wait for Matel [sic] to sue this b**tch for all of the $3.60 that she earned! When is this b**ch gonna learn that they stealing all of the money?"
Before the review was over, Khia took one last shot at Nicki Minaj, while insulting Brooklyn rapper Foxy Brown in the process.
"Nicki, please give Inga [Foxy Brown] the number to your plastic surgeon and your shrink while you are at! Maybe, you guys can tag team!"
To read Khia's review on her official blog visit http://www.motormouf.com.
Master P. is considering legal action against a woman in Tennessee who is using his name and the name of Corey "C-Murder" Miller to promote a bogus organization named the Corey Miller Food Foundation.
State officials are requesting a federal investigation into a woman named Alisa R. Harris, who runs the organization.
Harris, who lives in a boarding house in Memphis, is allegedly operating a series of websites claiming to be affiliated with both Master P. and Corey Miller, who is currently appealing a life sentence for allegedly murdering a 16-year-old in 2002.
The websites also list a number of official state organizations that are allegedly in partnership with Harris, who claims that she hires ex-felons and welfare recipients at $10 an hour.
Her "workers" then use their cell-phones to solicit cash donations for the organization.
"This is crazy, she needs to be stopped," Master P. told Memphis' Action News 5.
An Action News 5 investigation revealed that Harris doesn't have a license to solicit in the state, although her 2009 tax returns list an income of more than $150,000.
Harris' presentations and her legitimate tax status resulted in a relationship with an official partner of the Tennessee Community Services Agency, who referred workers to her organization.
According to Harris' own admission, she has hired over 116 ex-felons or welfare recipients for the telephone jobs, through referrals.
"Within 30 days of our relationship with her, things started to pop up that didn't seem right," Meredith Hennessy told Action News 5. "We severed our ties with her, and we'll be working to remove our name from anything that she is affiliated with."
Master P. was adamant that he never met Harris a day in his life.
"I have never met her," said Master P. "Don't know who she is….just to have somebody use your name and don't even know you, it's not even fair," Master P. lamented.
T.I. was grilled by Stephen A. Smith, Angie Martinez, Harry Allen and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed for the latest edition of BET’s Food For Thought. Tip spoke on various topics including his formative years, his arrest three years ago, family life, and whole lot more. You do the dishes.
She may be a huge draw at the record stores and an attraction at music awards shows, but as far as dominating the airwaves on Thanksgiving, Taylor Swift has a long way to go.
he pop-country phenomenon’s NBC special “Speak Now,” a look at her new album juxtaposed with live performance footage, garnered a mere 1.2 adults 18-49 rating with 4.42 million viewers. Though the show can exclaim that its adults 18-49 demo grew by 30% from start-to-finish, no one at NBC or on ‘Team Swift’ should be bragging about that performance.
The show finished fourth in its timeslot behind the NFL overrun/”The Simpsons” movie on FOX, re-runs of CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory/$#*! My Dad Says” (1.6 rating, 6.21 million) and another airing of ABC’s “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” (1.5 rating, 4.99 million viewers).
Of course, Swift was not the only music superstar to disappoint on television. Though her 90 minute special drew slightly better in the demo, Beyonce’s “I Am…World Tour” was far from a runaway success.
Over the course of the broadcast, the ABC show garnered a 1.3 adults 18-49 rating with 4.13 million viewers.
For its part, it was behind re-runs of CBS” “Mike & Molly” and “The Mentalist” and FOX’s “The Simpsons Movie” (only for the first half or so) for a second/third place finish in the 9:30-11PM slot.