It’s been a whole week since Beyoncé dropped her visual album Lemonade, and we are still high off it. However, while some think the project is creative, amazing and empowering, others feel differently and are throwing shade in Beyoncé’s direction. Atlanta rapper Khia, known for her hit single “My Neck, My Back,” had a lot to say about Queen Bey’s visual album and it wasn’t positive.
“F**K her. First of all the video was tired, and through, and long it made Black people look bad as hell. B***h, you walking around with this blonde long a** hair but you want African queens and kings in your video,” she said during her podcast.
The rapper didn’t stop there as she went in on tennis champion Serena Williams, who was the leading lady in Beyoncé’s “Sorry” video. While the video shows Serena showing off her amazing physique and twerking tastefully (yes, you can twerk tastefully), Khia found it disrespectful and demeaning.
“Here you is, Black as a black juicy berry. And you getting in front of this hoe and letting her have her legs gapped open in the chair while you twerking for her like the slaves masters had us doing,” the rapper said.
Well, once word got out about Khia’s comments towards the Lemonade singer, the Beyhive attacked. But one person’s comments in particular stood out. The Game, who is a friend of the Carters, fired back at Khia.
“B**th don’t yo neck & yo back hurt… You got magazine pages taped to the wall, one droppy t**tie bout to come out of a Target dress & them braids moonwalking off yo edges & you on here talking about Bey…..goin somewhere auntie face, “he said.
We’re sure Khia’s insults won’t bother Beyonce, as her album is already No. 1 on the Billboard charts. So Khia as the Queen says in her “Formation” song, “always stay gracious, best revenge is your paper.”
Checkout Khia’s commentary below:
Written By: Tiffany Hercules, Entertainment Contributor