American rapper Khia criticized Beyonce’s latest album, Renaissance, in a lengthy video on August 4th. In this video first shared by Twitter user @itsKenBarbie, the 45-year-old personality can be seen criticizing the singer’s album. With her worn-out CDs, she tries to enchant everyone in the world, including children. With over 100 contributors, features and partnerships, could you only come up with the devil’s music? It’s important to note that even if @itsKenBarbie later removes the video, the video will still be accessible from another Twitter handle.
Kia brought up a controversial topic.
Khia continues to ridicule her, calling the album’s significant success a “failure.” The rapper then criticized the singer for incorporating it into her most recent song, Energy, citing the controversial subject of “Stolen Sample” of Kelis’ song Milkshake. Speaking of her song America Has A Problem, which sampled Kilo Ali’s 1990 song Cocaine (America Has A Problem), she also accused the Break My Soul singer of “stealing” the sample from him.
Kelis looked hot and sweaty on this street
Everyone has been victimized by old, naughty Creoles. After finding out that she was sampled in her recording. After she learned that she didn’t have her consent and they stole from her too, Kelis was hot and sweaty on these streets. It doesn’t surprise or surprise us as people. BE-HO-CE has a history of lying and stealing and has no real aptitude. Five days after release, Beyonce’s new album has already sparked numerous discussions on a variety of topics, including the use of “possibilityist slander” and the use of multiple authors in one song.
This song was produced by Dirty Down Records.
This song was written in Florida and produced by Dirty Down Records. Nevertheless, club DJs and radio stations in Alabama, St. Louis, Georgia, and Kansas City have helped it gain popularity. The song was later adopted by Artemis Records, helping it become a national hit.
If Beyonce’s music is demonic music, what’s my throat? Thank you for Kia STFU. Girl Beyonce will not sample your music. Besides, you don’t even own your own shit. 🙄😒
— QueenRaynia (@QueenRayNia) August 3, 2022
Khia knew TS Madison couldn’t be an icon. She was very wrong. TS is everywhere, from judging drag races to getting into Beyonce’s albums. Get that bag ts! pic.twitter.com/IkwrMorWQC
— Dr. Hype Williamz-Valentine, PHD (@DrHypeWilliamz) August 2, 2022