It seems that a few people are taking the opportunity to diss Beyonce's latest album, in order to get a little shine of their own (just look at Azealia Banks). The latest person you forgot existed until they started bashing Bey? Rapper Khia, best known for her early 2000's anthem of female sexual liberation, "My Neck, My Back."
During a recent interview, Khia went in on Beyonce's Lemonade, LoveBScott reports.
"F**k her," Khia started. "First of all, the video was tired and through and long, and it made black people look bad as hell. B*tch, you waking around with this blonde, long a** hair but you want African queens and kings in your video."
Was she done there? If only. She decided to come for Serena Williams too.
"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 a**, black slave a** video."
"Here you is, black as a black, juicy berry, and you getting in front of this hoe and letting her have her legs gaped open in the chair while you twerking for her like the slave masters had us doing," Khia continued.
After Khia's rant went viral, The Game hopped in to defend Bey.
Savage! Catch the interview that started it all, via Baller Alert, in the clip below.