“My hair is as nappy as an African after a rainstorm. We’re all beautiful just the way we are. I’m against the butt shots. I’m not into the wigs. I’m not into the Barbies. No. “
Khia is continuing to cause controversy by riding on the coattails of female Hip-Hop’s hottest rising star.
As previously reported the nothing short of a one hit wonder, expressed her disdain for Nicki Minaj in a radio interview calling her an actor and saying that there are “no Barbies in the hood.”
Now she’s back and taking more shots at Nicki for being a “feature whore” that needs to learn how to “love herself” like she did on “My Neck, My Back.”
Speaking in an interview with VIBE, Khia put Onika on full blast. When asked if she thought Nicki was talking about her on a Ustream video where she mentioned people using her for publicity stunts, Florida’s finest vehemently denies it. Instead she says she’s more real than Nicki because she has nappy hair like an African after a rainstorm.
“Publicity stunt? Honey, what do I need publicity for? I’m a talker, I’m a blogger, I’m controversial, I’m a creative writer, I’m a damn s**tstarter, but this isn’t for publicity at all, this is the industry. And I’m glad she didn’t mention my name on that UStream. That would’ve been bad. Everybody knows that I’m against the Barbie thing. I’ve always been real. My hair is as nappy as an African after a rainstorm. We’re all beautiful just the way we are. I’m against the butt shots. I’m not into the wigs. I’m not into the Barbies. No.”
If that wasn’t enough, she moves on to denounce Nicki’s lyrics saying that “she doesn’t make music for girls” and she should follow her lead and respect herself when working with her “husband” Weezy.
“I’d rather listen to my husband Weezy, than hear [Nicki] talking about what sounds good to Lil Wayne. She’s in the studio with men writing her shit, saying it’s hot, but only because it’s what they want to jack off to. She doesn’t make music for girls. It’s a difference when I say ‘My neck, my back, my p***y, my crack,’ because it’s my own. You should be making men bow down. I respect myself. Love yourself, hoe.”
So what’s Khia’s last bit of advice for the Harajuku Barbie? Call her. She advises Nicki to call her for an intervention especially if she really thought Rihanna would let her headline her tour with only features.
“But if [Nicki] was talking about me, that was so cute. Right now, I’m in the lead. You can be a feature whore and when it’s your time to drop, you’ll have nothing to drop. Your single is horrible, your voice is annoying and they’ve heard it too much. Sit down, contemplate your album and give us something wonderful. What makes [Nicki] think that Rihanna is going to let her headline her tour with all of these features? Are they going to be on stage with you Nicki, honey? I need to do a seminar to help this girl. I’ll acknowledge she has a hot song, when I write it [laughs]. Sean Garrett wrote [“Massive Attack”]? I think she needs to call me.”