The Ladies of “Miss Rap Supreme”
Khia already had a name in the industry, with her single “My Neck My Back,” so when she popped up as a contestant, it immediately caused a little bit of confusion and tension between the ladies, particularly Ms. Cherry. As customary, each woman at the bottom of the challenge needed to freestyle 16 bars, and when the judges found out that Khia’s 16 bars was a prerecorded song, she was eliminated.
After the show, Khia continued to do work in the studio, writing and producing her own songs. She came out with a double rap/r&b album entitled “Motor Mouf/Khia Shamone” where she showcased her singing talents in the lead track “Been a Bad Girl.” She also did a vlog that addressed multiple artists and re-cemented her beef with Trina. Speaking of beefs, there was that twitter beef she had with female Atlanta rapper Diamond, and Funkmaster Flex after her nude photos leaked. She also has made diss songs on Nicki Minaj and Lil’ Kim and released a new album on Sept. 29. On top of all that, Khia is set to appear on the second season of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.”