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Queen Key Blasted By Hair Dealer For Making Homophobic Slur & Threats



Queen Key Called Out For Making Homophobic Remarks & Threats To Hair Dealer

Queen Key Called Out For Making Homophobic Remarks & Threats To Hair Dealer

A Chicago business owner has blasted Queen Key for allegedly making homophobic remarks and death threats toward him after a business deal went exceptionally wrong.

The hair bundle dealer claims Queen Key was unprofessional during their interaction and had to be forced out of the photo shoot, which she refused to leave peacefully.

He says after being asked to leave, the rapper returned with multiple men, which led to another incident. The video of the incident has since gone viral on social media, garnering lots of reactions from folks online.


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Ke’Asha McClureas (born June 6, 1996), better known as Queen Key, is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois. She is best known for her songs “Hit A Lic,” “Baked as a Pie,” “Killa,” “Take Money,” and “Calling All Eaters”.

McClureas was born in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Homewood-Flossmoor High School, where fellow rap artist Juice WRLD also attended.

In 2018, Queen Key released her debut studio project Eat My Pussy, a seven-song EP full of brash, hyper- sexualized raps. The project featured verses from artists Tink, Dreezy, and King Louie.

She dated American rapper 600 Breezy. In November 2019, she went on Instagram Live stating that she was pregnant and that 600 Breezy was the father. This came not too long after she put him on blast and posted a video of 600 Breezy going down on her on Twitter.

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