“U STILL THE HOE U ALWAYS BEEN. AND HOES DONT GET NO RESPECT!!!!!! PUPPETTTTTT!!!!” Harsh! Looks like the vicious feud between sexually demanding rappers Khia and Trina didn’t end in 2006. Khia, author of “My Neck, My Back” and ringer on VH1’s upcoming Miss Rap Supreme, went to Target Tuesday and bought Trina’s new CD, Still Da Baddest, just so she could give it a track by track review (hopefully the only one that will mock Trina’s ’06 miscarriage and contain the phrase “I OUGHT TO TAKE OFF MY BIG RED CLOWN SHOE AND KICK U IN UR BIG BOBBLE HEAD!!!!!!!!”).
The follow-up to last year’s ego trip’s (White) Rapper Show debuts on VH1 next month, and as previously reported, it’s going to focus on the ladies. ego trip’s Miss Rap Supreme will be hosted by MC Serch and Yo-Yo, and it’ll offer one of 10 ladies residing in a Los Angeles compound known as the “Fembassy” (seriously?) a lump sum of $100,000 and the title of Miss Rap Supreme. The contestants are pictured above, and if one of them looks vaguely familiar to you, well, you’re not mistaken:
Over the next week, Fresh at Crunk And Disorderly has promised us a preview, updated daily, of blush-inducing rapper Khia’s “advice” column “Tough Love,” and after you read this excerpt of her reply to a young gentleman worried about coming out of the closet, you’ll wonder why she hasn’t been snatched up by the Advocate already.
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