If you’re going to RuPaul’s DragCon this weekend, don’t expect to meet American rapper Khia.
Khia, best known for her 2002 hit “My Neck, My Back,” revealed on Tuesday that she wouldn’t be attending the Los Angeles convention this weekend because of a comment she made in which she reportedly called drag queens “punks & sissies & women with d*cks.”
In the Instagram post, Khia shared to the news stating that she felt like she was “in the principle office,” before shooting back that she felt like the “sissy and [punks]” associated with the convention “are scared for their lives.”
Tyra Sanchez, the winner of RuPaul‘s Drag Race season 2, chimed in on the controversy the day before Khia’s announcement:
And, of course, the drama continued as Khia slammed back at Tyra in a (hardly understandable) video rant posted to Instagram on Wednesday:
Khia, girl… if there’s one thing you don’t do it’s mess with RuPaul. Seriously though, just ask Carmen Carerra.
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