Late last year, rapper Khia, famous for her hit single “My Neck, My Back” and collaborations with superstars like Janet Jackson and Miley Cyrus decided to collaborate with porn star turned internet star TS Madison for a web show called The Queens Court. The show, which Khia created in 2016 is a no-holds barred, court themed show where Khia presides over a “docket” of celebrity “cases” sent in by her fans. After years of blogging without much exposure, Khia teamed up with TS Madison and The Queens Court concept went viral, capturing the attention of celebrities like Mo’Nique and Nicki Minaj. Khia and TS Madison recorded a song entitled “Next Caller” which served as the theme song for the show, based on a viral video of Khia screaming at one of the callers into the show. All that exposure also led to the death of the show after Khia walked off set, which happens to be TS Madison’s basement, after technical difficulties during the show which was to feature Mo’Nique as a guest discussing her rift with Netflix.
Shortly thereafter, Khia and TS Madison fell on bad terms when Khia shared that TS Madison had trademarked the name The Queens Court and left Khia’s name, the creator, off the original trademark. What ensued afterward has had the blogosphere in a constant uproar. TS Madison immediately defended herself and began showing e-mails and screenshots from rapper Nicki Minaj, who apparently had linked Khia and TS Madison up with Bunim-Murray productions before the debacle took place.
Enter Michelle Brown, a blogger who owns the site StraightfromtheA.com. Michelle did her own investigations and posted her thoughts on YouTube which then made her a target for TS Madison and her over hundreds of thousands of followers. Michelle presented evidence to the contrary of what TS Madison presented as her defense of trademarking the name of the show without Khia’s name. TS Madison then went on the attack online against Michelle, creating cruel videos about her appearance, her weight, and finances.
Check out the video below of TS Madison and Shekinah attacking Khia and blogger Michelle Brown on Instagram.
And another video of TS Madison attacking blogger Michelle Brown from StraightfromtheA.com
In this video, TS Madison threatens a list of other transgender women, makes transhpobic remarks, and threatens to expose their STDs and health information that she received from a friend.
TS Madison went further by petitioning YouTube to have Michelle’s YouTube channel flagged for copyright infringement when Michelle reposted altered videos of TS Madison attacking her on her YouTube Channel.
After all this back and forth, TS Madison rebooted The Queens Court with new celebrity guest “judges” taking Khia’s place on a show that she created. Rebranded as The Queens Supreme Court, TS Madison sat beside Love and Hip Hop Star Lil Mo, Reality Star Shekinah Jo, and most recently Tiffany “New York” Pollard of Big Brother fame. Madison and her fans, guest judges, and management team have actively been harassing Khia on the internet through nasty videos and comments. Khia has retaliated with scathing videos and rebukes of TS Madison and everyone involved. TS Madison has been working behind the scenes to destroy Khia’s brand and ability to make money. As soon as the two of them had a falling out, Madison went to the extreme of branding Khia as transphobic and homophobic, even after they worked together for months and recorded a song together. TS Madison, a transwoman, is using that as her tool to cyberbully Khia. TS Madison has made multiple disparaging comments about the gay community and trans women such as Caitlyn Jenner. When Madison and Khia were kicked out of the Xscape tour, she went so far as to take digs at the health status of the person who allegedly had her removed from the tour. In many videos, TS Madison is heard referring to Wendy Williams with masculine names and as a man.
Sources are saying that TS Madison has petitioned Google to have Khia’s Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube shut down, stating that Khia is transphobic and that she fears her life, making it impossible for her to promote her music or continue on with her “Gag Order” show, a follow up to The Queens Court after her departure. Khia’s Instagram has already been deleted, and her Facebook and Youtube are scheduled to be shut down in a few days. It is also being reported that Madison and her manager have also filed a petition to have Madison’s vocals removed from the single “Next Caller” that was recorded with Khia. Things are getting ugly. Stay Tuned!
In this video, Madison attacks critics who criticized her about the usage of transphobic and homophobic terms.