Sunday, 1 May 2016

Khia disses Beyonce and Serena Williams over "Lemonade" video

Veteran shade-thrower Khia recently joined the list of pundits who weren't feeling Beyonce's emboldened sentiments on her Lemonade visual album and she also made it a point to make Serena Williams guilty by association for her part in the "Sorry" video. According to her, ffering liberation through Lemonade, Beyoncé has helped perpetuate implicit social narratives of racial oppression of black Americans. During an interview on an Internet radio station in Atlanta on Friday, Khia said:

"Fu$k her. First of all the video was tired, and through, and long and it made black people look bad as hell. Bitch, you walking around with this blonde long ass hair but you want African queens and kings in your video.”
Khia, best known for her 2002 hit song, “My Neck, My Back (Lick It),” went especially hard on the tennis legend, Williams. She continued:
“She also had Serena Williams as her goddamn jester, dancing and stripping for her. I can’t believe Serena got on there and was Beyonce’s prop twerking in a body suit in this long ass black slave ass video. 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.”

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