As she cracked a few jokes with comedian Ts Madison, the rapper called out Chyna for not being there for Rob.The couple called it quits earlier this year after they welcomed their daughter Dream into the world.“All I wanted her to do […] when she got with Rob, was to be a real b***h,” she said.Gone are the days when you had to deal with “n” number of middlemen till you are introduced to the right modeling agency. The key to get noticed is to introduce a bit of individuality and a lot of your personality into the pictures. In this age of smartphones and abundant internet access, Instagram is the go-to social media network for people craving instant exposure.The “rapper” threw major shade at Bey and Serena Williams for the visual to, “Sorry.” Now, sure one has the right to express their opinion, but check “home” first before lashing your tongue at another.And if this is a horrendous strategy Khia pulled to become a “trending topic,” she succeeded, but for all the wrong reasons.By Desire Thompson Khia’s seemingly new gig as a media commentator has generated laughs and new attention over her latest topics.This week, the rapper known widely for her aughts single “My Neck, My Back,” shared her thoughts on Trina’s surprising outburst and Blac Chyna’s infamous relationship with Rob Kardashian.
Gone are the days when your ticket to being a successful model was to cross paths with the right model scout. Most modeling agencies now have an online scout who stomps through Instagram accounts and hand-picks beauties like Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
I'm not saying any names Foxy Brown, I'm just telling the truth.
They soon realized other women did not give a damn about how sexy you think you are.
So today we pay homage to 5 of the hardest diss tracks from women.
Excluding the Queen Latifah tracks already covered. Rap music has been historically misogynistic, even so we love it.