Khia Keeps Lusting For Papoose & Disses Nicki Minaj's Rival: "Name 5 Remy Ma Songs W/O Going On Goog
Southern rapper Khia looks like she may have finally chosen a side in the rap feud between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma. The hip-hop veteran has relied on social media to fire shots.
Khia went to Instagram Friday (March 10) with some lusty posts directed at Remy's husband Papoose and with a direct diss aimed at her.
A few days ago, Khia said she would fall back on picking sides in the viral feud.
"Everybody's been wanting to know my opinion on the Remy Ma and Nicki situation. But I've been getting so much neck and back and p*ssy and crack licked lately that I've been in my happy thoughts and I just really haven't had time but it's something about that Papoose. Ooouu. I've got so much respect for Papoose, you know, mmm, that's a black king right there. Since I have so much respect for Papoose, I think it's best for me to keep my comments to myself. So I can keep him happy all the time."
My opinion on Remy.. The only thing that needs to be going in and cuming out of her is Papoose ##iwouldbesohappy #havingallhisbabies #ifshewasfuckinghimrightshewouldbetootiredtoobeef#iwouldbebarefootandpregnant #babyimyours #birdsong
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#Khia shares her opinion on the #RemyMa and #NickiMinaj beef
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Nicki's new "No Frauds" anti-Remy song did not blow away radio veteran Funkmaster Flex.
Last night, Nicki's new anthem premiered online and takes subtle jabs at her rap rival.
Nicki Minaj has responded to Remy Ma's "Shether" and "Another One" taunts with some ruthless tracks of her own. Enlisting Lil Wayne and Drake, the Young Money members take on posers in "No Frauds." "Tried to drop 'Another One,' you was itchin' to scrap/ You exposed your ghostwriter, now you wish you were scrapped," she raps. "Heard your pussy on yuck, I guess you needed a pap." (Rolling Stone)
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