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Two years after a judge slapped a restraining order on drag queen TS Madison (left), he is still harassing and bullying blogger Michelle "ATLien" Brown (right) on social media.
In a video dated July 2, Michelle explains the drama that began after the breakup of the Queens Court YouTube series, when Madison assumed Michelle had something to do with breaking him and Khia up as a team.
Michelle, pictured with singer Trey Songz, writes:
"I've also been harassed, doxed and bullied by TS Madison's gang of supporters that he calls the "Maddie Mob" for reporting on the break up and the bullying continued even AFTER I sought a restraining order.
My only recourse over the years has been speaking up for myself as TS has gone on various platforms showing his disdain for women. He also appeared on Tasha K's podcast alongside Storm Monroe in a video titled, "Exclusive | T.S. Madison FINALLY CONFRONTS BEEFS with Khia, Gio, Michelle B. & more! Part 1" to continue the harassment against me.
Now the drama has started again. After I reported on the Lovely Ti, B. Simone drama, TS Madison went on his platform with a screen shot of my image bearing the likeness of Gary Coleman and proceeded to "drag" me for 2 hours. When does it end?"
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Cardi B and her closest competitor, Doja Cat, fell out and are no longer on speaking terms, according to multiple reports.
Apparently, Doja has surpassed Cardi in terms of popularity. Industry insiders say Doja -- who is all natural -- is easier to market than Cardi. The reason? Well, look at Cardi - now look at Doja.
Cardi has had difficulty matching the success of her summer banger "Bodak Yellow." Rap fans are fickle. They want new music in a timely manner. They will abandon a lazy artist and hop on the next big thing if they don't get what they want.
That "next big thing" is Doja Cat.
Doja has already surpassed Cardi on Spotify and has the second highest monthly listeners with 29 million among female rappers.
Nicki Minaj remains the most popular female rapper on the platform with 49 million monthly listeners.
Cardi couldn't take the heat so she unfollowed Doja on social media.
A source told MTO News, "Cardi is a jealous person. Doja has nothing but love in her heart for Cardi. [Cardi] should work through her jealousy and come join this movement."
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Former lovers Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj are currently trading jabs and insults on Twitter.com.
As far as I can tell, the beef started when Meek Mill and Nicki's husband got into a shouting match at a strip club last week.
On Wednesday, Nicki threw low-key shade at Meek Mill by posting a video of herself rapping to her track "Yikes."
"Woke up, the price of coke up / I just hit 'em with the low cut, then call my folks up / Somebody 'bout to get poked up, go call the tow truck / All that talking out your neck might just get your throat cut."
She captioned the video: "I play tag & you #IT for life. You a [clown emoji] you do it for likes. #Yikes."
She followed that up by tweeting: "Trigger fingers turn to #TwitterFingers bad built face ass obsessed with the Queen."
"Nigga been tweeting bout my man for a year now. Talking bout he went to my page to see him but he was blocked. My nigga, move on. I know ya btch embarrassed. Shitted yaself in that store when u got pressed tho."
Then Nicki dropped a bombshell by accusing her former lover of domestic violence:
An outraged Meek responded:
But Nicki dug her heels in:
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The beef between rapper Drake and street-wear designer Don C escalated when Drake's Hidden Hills, California home and OVO store were vandalized.
According to published reports, the vandalism occurred after the Toronto rapper sent a private message to Don C's wife, Kristen Noel Crawley, on social media, asking her to intervene in his squabble with her husband.
A video making the rounds on social media shows the OVO storefront in Los Angeles covered in red spray paint. The message reads: "Leave L.A."
Drake's Hidden Hills mansion was also vandalized over night.
Former friends Drake and Don C are both signed to Nike, designing high-profile sneakers for the sportswear giant.
It is also being reported that someone is surveilling Drake's father, Dennis Graham.
Perdue Chicken responded to rapper Nicki Minaj, left, using their company name as a slang term for "chicken head" in her beef with pop singer Miley Cyrus.
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Cardi B has time today. The "Clout" rapper went in on Instagram blogger Angie who operates the popular Instagram blog, Shaderoom. In a series of posts on Tuesday, Cardi, 26, called out the blogger and her unpaid interns for not posting enough positivity about her and her husband, Migos rapper Offset.
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Kim Kardashian-West showed support for husband Kanye West on Twitter.com amid Kanye’s public feud with rapper Drake.
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Ja Rule, left, dragged 50 Cent for filth in a lengthy rant on his Instagram account on Wednesday. The rapper fired a final shot at the rap troll by posting a photo of him posing with President Trump.
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Blac Chyna's lawyer is considering taking legal action against her baby daddy, Rob Kardashian, over his social media posts about her that may violate California's "revenge p0rn" laws.
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Things have changed a lot since Al Gore invented the Internet. I remember the days when young people respected their elders, and stepmothers respected their husband's other kids.
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