Ts Madison and Khia Play ‘Judge & Jury’ on ‘The Queens Court’

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*In case you’ve been wondering what former rapper Khia is up to these days, she’s hosting a shade-throwing web series with Ts Madison, the adult entertainer-turned-trans activist, recording artist and internet personality.

Madison is reportedly famous for cursing out her critics and Khia is best known for her hit single “My Neck, My Back (Lick It).” Together, they co-host “The Queens Court,” where theyserve as judges who render verdicts and sentences based on cases stemming from various figures in the latest celebrity news and gossip.”

According to The Root, the show is live-streamed on Facebook from one of Madison’s living rooms (apparently she has several homes). “The Queen’s Court” generates 300,000 views on Facebook alone while “garnering hundreds of thousands of additional views by way of Madison’s and Khia’s YouTube pages.”

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Clips of the show are often “ripped from the stream and posted on Twitter, as well as the Shade Room’s Instagram feed.”

“The show is not for the ultrasensitive. They do not use proper language. They are not kind to your favorites,” per The Root.

Sometimes, Madison allows Khia to use the entire show to drag whomever she feels needs to be put on blast. This includes the offspring of your hip-hop heroes, such as Lil Wayne’s 19-year-old daughter Reginae.

As noted by BET.com, Khia’s been going back and forth with Toya Wright and her daughter, Reginae Carter, recently over Wright’s pregnancy.

In a recent interview, Madison and Khia revealed that they’ve already been approached about taking their act to television.


 Would you tune in?


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