Saturday, February 17, 2018

Khia Launching a New Show


Earlier this week rapper Khia assured fans there was no bad blood between herself and her Queen's Court co-host TS Madison despite the show going on hiatus [click here if you missed that]. 

Looks like Khia is moving on WITHOUT Maddie....

On Friday Khia announced on Instagram Live that her NEW webshow 'The Gag Order' would be airing live on Monday nights at 8 via the Khia Shamone Facebook page.

Meanwhile Khia and Maddie are scheduled to be at Club Karma in D.C. tonight to perform The Queen's Court Live.

Will the queens be on their own docket? D.C. fam keep us posted.

34 comments:

Don balee me juh watch said...

Khia is and will always be a dirty gutter snake. What do snakes do? They bite. And Khia sunk her fangs into Maddie and left her out to die. She has a nasty spirit in her and Maddie should be glad she saw Khia’s true colors early on instead of later when she got knee deep in the nasty cesspool that is Khia Simone. Sometimes betrayal is a blessing. Facts.

Anonymous said...

@Don

Khia didn't leave Maddie anywhere Maddie has HERSELF to blame for all the technical difficulties with the show. Go watch Khia's live addressing it all.

Anonymous said...

@12:50, Y'all Khia "fans" are something else. You guys are just as delusional as Khia. Khia *used* Maddie for a come up. Khia never in her hood life thought that Queen's Court would be a viral sensation. Now, that she sees it is, she feels that she doesn't need Maddie. Good luck with that. Maddie was already a brand and has loyal followers so she'll be fine but Khia will *not* be as successful without Maddie. Watch how low her numbers for this ridiculous "Gag Order" show will be come Monday nights.

Anonymous said...

Although they were great together on QC, Khia's the talent, and Maddie was the "straight man" (no pun intended). That messy production crew sabatoged the show on purpose, and then made videos laughing about the fuck up. Maddie trusted the wrong people and forgot who was the talent. Watch who you bring in your house! They had production, vision and creative differences, and Khia's moving on. They're still touring together, so there seems to be no hard feelings.

Anonymous said...

Please, let's not forget that 1) Khia created the Queens Court and has been doing this for years, and 2) Maddie's show gained more popularity after she invited Khia on to roast and gag, and then they decide to partner together and it evolved so that the Queens Court was a partnership. As much as Maddie believes she has a business mindset, couldn't see that what was working well didn't need to be fixed! She didn't see that the production crew was messing shit up on purpose to sabotage the interview! She didn't make an executive decision to just abort the new production crew set up, and just use the back up iPad like Khia suggested so that the show would continue!

Anonymous said...

@12:57

Stop trolling, most of the GP has no idea who Madison is, and that's exactly due to her LACK of business acumen. She's been on youtube for years, nothing popped off her. And I aint checking for Khia's show either.

Anonymous said...

Khia did NOT create the Queens Court and she does NOT own the trademark. If Khia hasn’t been able to pop since 2002 and even Janet wouldn’t do a vid with her and Trick Daddy didn’t pay her for her vocal what makes you think she will even succeed

Anonymous said...

queens court became really popular last year because of khia and her mouth, so she should get credit for that whether you like her or not--they both have fanbases but gained new ones of the strength of khia. if she is getting her own show, she will succeed. maybe khia doesn't want hollywood fame like maddie does, but that's okay too. we see what the industry does to people who want fame that bad. both of them will be fine and successful without each other.

Anonymous said...

I've watched both personalities, I really them both but I find Khia's big, fat, fresh mouth more entertaining.
All that Maddie brought was the tittie shaking, and the shady covert co-signing. And her little attempts of trying to keep khia "in check" was cute.

But bottom line: Khia created the Queens Court and when she invited Maddie to do it with hae, MADDIE suggested that they do in in her chateau living room.

Anonymous said...

It's a shame they couldn't resolve their differences - i loved TQC.

Anonymous said...

It was the "formula" that worked for QC. Apparently, ego tainted the formula and now fuk'd up the money. Collectively, they reach a broader market and could've gone much further.

Anonymous said...

@1:55 Bingo! It's apparent to me that Khia doesn't do it for fame. People can call her a one hit wonder all they want, but that one hit got her enough fame and notoriety for those who constantly throw up that "one hit" when referencing her name, to know that she did had one. That alone speaks volumes. There's clearly something she learned about the price of that fame which prevents her from wanting a replay, even if it is on a different platform. I commend her for choosing her soul over the tradeoff. People can trash her choices all they want, but it's her life, and she has the free will to do as she decides, not what the public feels she should do.

Anonymous said...

^^ I meant "have one."

Anonymous said...

Khia made fun of someone for being raped as a 7 year old, by their older brother. She's incapable of empathy or compassion much like the sitting president. She made fun of child rape, she should have no platform to continue to spread the diseases she spreads with her disgusting mouth. I love to laugh, but I hate to see evil win. Nobody who can make a victim of that type of crime deserves more than karma. They deserve nothing.

✿✿Dotty✿✿ said...

She smartened up and realized she didn't need help in doing a show.

Anonymous said...

I don't think the comment she made was mocking the fact that monique was raped--it was a commentary about how could she take a role as Precious' mother, who was abusive to her daughter who was raped by her father--knowing what monique personally went through? how could a person who was abused as a child play the role of a mother who condoned sexual abuse? it came out in a very raw way, but that was basically what she said--and i think it's a fair point for one to make.

Anonymous said...

@8:44

Right? And she doesn't need guests either!

Anonymous said...

8:38 um NO what she said was that Oprah had no business bringing her brother to talk on her stage like that, but Mo'nique should have handled it better.

Anonymous said...

@8:38 She did not make fun of Mo'Nique being raped as a child. You need to go back to that episode and listen again. She simply posed the same question that myself and a lot of people asked themselves or asked in conversation after seeing Precious . . . . and that was "Damn, Mo'Nique played that role too well. Is that how her mother treated her?" She was so convincing in that role, that I know people who expressed that they no longer like her after seeing that movie, because they walked away with the impression that she played it so well that it may have been true to character. Which probably explains why she received an Oscar . . . because it was so convincing.

Anonymous said...

"Were you really playing your momma on ‘Precious’ the way your momma did you when your brother was f*cking the sh*t out you, b*tch and your momma loved her only son…he was a momma’s boy and she told you to keep taking that d*ck and your daddy couldn’t save you b*tch so you went on there and played your momma on Precious…you know cause the way you acting, was you playing your momma? Everybody thinks that’s really you. That’s all they be saying on the blogs. Is the really you? Did you reenact your mother or b*tch is this really you?" Y'all are really defending this? Because an interview went wrong, this is a justifiable thing to say about someone? These are her words, verbatim. Now tell me again what innocent point about acting prowess or the shadiness of Oprah this had. If you like her regardless just say that. These are faux news levels of deflection.

Anonymous said...

And don't forget she was SEVEN YEARS OLD WHEN SHE WAS RAPED. Like has Monique done anything so egregious that this trauma needs to be brought up? Come on y'all, we can't be this far past compassion. I had no dog in this fight until she said this. Is it fair game for Monique to publicly air khia's parenting or (according to the interwebs) severe lack thereof?

Anonymous said...

I think Khia was just mad that Monique was pretending to be supportive while they were having technical difficulties but were also saying slick shit to their own cameras. So she was being fake in that regard and Khia had her issue with that. What she said was harsh, but again, she did not mock her being raped. I don't interpret it that way. I still see her questioning how could she play someone like that given her own abuse. Or if that is really her personality given how she speaks to others.

It's a very raw way of asking the question, but Monique speaks raw like Khia too! Look at the way she responded to Sheryl Underwood and several other people! She was wrong for talking about this out of nowhere, and yes, the language is egregious, but I don't think the question she was getting at wasn't a valid one. It's pretty much what was stated in earlier posts.

Anonymous said...

^^^Monique and her friend was saying slick shit to the cameras...

Anonymous said...

She mocked Moniique's molestion....

Anonymous said...

"when your brother was fu*king the sh*t out you" She was 7, being raped. This is not shade, a read or a ki. This is mocking her trauma. "he was a momma’s boy and she told you to keep taking that d*ck and your daddy couldn’t save you b*tch", ok so Khia was so mad that Monique was nice/nasty on her side vlog that this is the level to which she stooped in her rebuttal. To dig a knife that deep about something like rape is horrible but we've reached another level of cognitive dissonance, in what context is this too far if not this one? Or does it depend on who said this? If Micheal rapapport had said this, there would be an uproar and rightfully so. I can't stress enough that we are debating re-victimization of child rape victims. Shade her career, her marriage, her attitude but framing this in the context of critiquing an acting technique is disingenuous at best and cruel and evil at worst. I don't even get the relevance. If she was acting out a version of her abusive mother, what is the point? Is it to say that she's never overcome her traumatic childhood so she reenacts her suffering? where was this supposed to lead? If a person acts out from childhood trauma and tells their story, it shouldn't be made light of. I don't know Monique, nor am I a fan by any means. I strongly disagree with her stance on men and marriage and I think that message is dangerous, but I feel pain for people who were just constantly abused as s children and anyone who thinks that that topic is fair game I believe that person to be a soulless, mean, vindictive trash with no empathy, boundaries or compassion and she shouldn't have a platform. This won't keep anybody from watching it, but I won't. Ever.

Anonymous said...

No, molestation should never be taken lightly, so Khia is definitely wrong in that respect. It's a low blow. But I think the general point that Khia raised is a question of Monique's own ethics in taking the role of an abuser who condoned rape of her daughter by her husband. That in itself is troubling, and what people had questioned themselves before Khia was in anyone's thought. How could a person who was molested/raped take on such a role? How is that in any way being an advocate for those who have been abused? It begs the question whether she sold out for fame. It's like a person who was raped who then played the role of a pedophile later. It's also morally questionable.

Anonymous said...

if her intentions were to question the moral choice of taking an acting role based on a book that was already published that somewhat emulated said actors' actual life, she presented this argument in the framework of her real victimhood. It's like when people try to explain what Drumpf meant when we read, see and hear what he said ourselves. I didn't care for "Precious", but IMO, Monique didn't play to mom in anyway sympathetic. It was disturbing. If that was indeed a small look into her actual life and it addresses a real issue of parental abuse, then it was horrifying and sad. In real life, Monique was "Precious". The protagonist is the character that garnered our sympathy not our disdain. If Monique was the victim in life, but played the abuser in film, I'm a little lost on how that is morally questionable. Shining a light on abuse and abusers seems to be what a lot of victims do as a form of treatment and outreach. If she played this part so well that people changed their opinion of her as a person, then it's possible that she just acted extremely well. She did the job she was hired to do. If she played the character sympathetically, she would've been ostracized for coddling abusers. If her intentions were to call out Moniques moral shortcomings, she did it in thee most immoral way possible. Black children are especially dismissed in this arena and I know many victims of abuse whose families knew. They deserve to be heard, and if they tell their story no one should use that as a weapon against them ever in their life. People write plays, books and movies about their abuse both fiction and non. Many actors speak of acting in relatable subject matter or studying the idiosyncrasies' of the character they are to play to great length. I don't think Anthony Hopkins is a real serial killer/cannibal, I don't think Brad Pitt is a real vampire or Idris Alba was really a high level drug dealer, or Forest Whittaker capable of mass genocide. Their acting is supposed to convince us, or else they would be in the wrong profession. Monique shows exactly who she is on social media, in interviews etc. There is plenty of other ammo one could use that addresses adult Monique outside of the context of her childhood victimization.

Anonymous said...

So why couldn't Khia just say Did you play your mother in Precious? I guess she threw in the brother fucking her and taking his dick for what? I'm over Khia's say anything for attention fake deep ass. I won't be watching but y'all have fun.

Anonymous said...

@1:26, I was not trolling. I was dead serious. Maddie does indeed have a fan base. She was booking clubs and stuff more than Khia especially on that LGBTQ circuit. Khia's latest bookings have all been affiliated with the LGBTQ circuit. *You* might have not been checking for Maddie but she's riding this tranny thing out and doing well. She's also on that Star show.

Anonymous said...

I am *not* a fan of Khia but I do want to clear up some things. Khia brought notoriety to the Queen's Court show, this is true. And although Khia did not own the trademark for Queen's Court because she has zero business acumen, she has been doing this "roast and gag" mess for YEARS. If you look at her old videos, they barely got 5K views lol

I do not believe Khia can do the numbers she was doing on Queen's Court on her new show. By herself, she's toxic, vindictive, jealous and bitter.

Anonymous said...

Where were you Khia stans before Queen's Court? This mess is going to crash and burn just like het career. Khia will never understand people are laughing at her and not with her.

E-STROKES said...

I DIDN’T LISTEN TO KHIA’S 59 MINUTES.

But trust me she lost viewers with that comment about a child being raped. Molested by her brother no,less. What a horrible person she is. I wouldn’t support this TRAMP 0 LINE for shit.

Sometimes ppl can run they damn mouth too much. This is one of those times. BYE BITCHASSEDNESS.

Anonymous said...

I just find it funny that people are counting other people's coins talking about who's going to be successful and who's not. Showbiz and the entertainment industry is fickle and evil and people with mediocre talent and others who have done evil shit are the celebrities we know today. Hell look at our president! Why are people so invested in these 2 people like that? Why are people writing about dissertations like Maddie or Khia are reading this? What they eat don't make me shit, and I bet they will still make more money than all of us at the end of the day.

Anonymous said...

I also believe what sealed the deal for Khia is when Maddie was caught liking Funky Dineava’s shady post. I’m sure Maddie regrets that. Loyalty is everything to some people, even in business.

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