Khia is trending in the streets of Twitter and this time it’s because of her wildly offensive and unfiltered opinions of Beyoncé‘s new Renaissance album.

The 45-year-old “My neck, my back, my kewchie, and my crack” rapper unleashed on Beyoncé as she accused her of everything including theft, witchcraft, devil-worshipping, and sacrificing animals.

She’s trying to put a spell on everybody in the world, including the children, with this tired ass album.

All them writers, features, and collaborations that you had – over 100 – and all you could come up with was the devil’s music?

Khia also made remarks about Jay-Z cheating and she fired shots at her former co-host, Ts Madison, who has a writing credit on “Cozy,” which is also featured on Renaissance.

Maddie took to social media writing:

This was a secret that i had to hold for a long time!!

Thank you to @beyonce for understanding culture and Knowing my staple and Place in the COMMUNITY as a whole and choosing to use me as a part of this monumental album! Not just for the LGBT 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧️ COMMUNITY but for the ENTIRE black Community‼️

I’ve Always been #Cozy in my skin and in my entire identity and have pushed this for Years to the masses through video!

Thank you for polishing my ICONIC status in the world and for handling your business PROFESSIONALLY and ME gettin this BAG 💕‼️❤️

See her original post below.

But, back to Khia…watch a clip of her Beyoncé rant below.

The streets of Twitter are buzzing as folks react to Khia’s rant.

Peep the tweets below.


Beyoncé has had quite an interesting week since the release of Renaissance.

First, Kelis put her on blast for not reaching out before using a sample of “Milkshake.” Bey later removed the interpolation from the song.

Then, a disability advocate blew her spot up for using an ableist slur. Bey later removed the slur from the song.

But, that’s not all…iconic songwriter Diane Warren threw shade at Bey when she slid into the streets of Twitter and asked how can there be 24 writers on one song.

After she got ate up by the Beyhive…she changed her “tune” and tweeted:

Last, and certainly least…Monica Lewinsky had the aww-dass-city to get on Twitter and suggested Beyoncé remove her name from “Partition,” a song she released nearly a decade ago!

What in the crusty dress nonsense is going on here?!