The Queen’s Court is a weekly web series and podcast hosted by T.S. Madison and Khia - the same Khia who's responsible for the sexually explicit classic “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)." The two would talk about shady celebrity happenings, scandalous rumours and get real on a number of topics, pulling in around 300,000 views per episode. 

Unfortunately, the show has been put on halt since T.S. and Khia have split up after a feud. Things apparently went south after the duo had a Skype interview with Mo'Nique about her history with gender bias, most recently with Netflix, when technical difficulties made the interview not go through, forcing T.S. and Khia to get mad at each other. You can watch the debacle here since Mo'Nique was live streaming it on her end. 

After the live fight made its rounds on the internet, T.S. has recently hopped online to share a video of her side of the story and shared an interesting tidbit of information about Nicki Minaj.

T.D. starts the video off with “bottom line, we dealing with facts,” where she calls Khia out for accusing her of stealing the Queen's Court trademark. Obviously attempting to clear her name on any wrongdoing, T.S. explains that their podcast was getting so big that Nicki Minaj contacted with interest in a doing a show. 

“On April 21, 2017, at 4:30 a.m. Nicki Minaj hit me in my inbox,” Madison said. “Nicki Minaj said to me, ‘Hi, are you and Khia interested in doing TV? Send your contact number.’”

Watch T.S. share her side of the story below.