New Orleans is buzzing all over these Digital Streetz and one of the hottest names right now is Love and Hip Hop’s Tokyo Vanity. The full-size around-the-way diva joined the cast this season but has been a comedic viral sensation on Instagram for years.

Hair always laid.

Face always beat.

And flow is always sick.

So it was only a matter of time before she took the industry by storm.

She was introduced {officially} as the bestie of fellow New Orleans social-median and The Crayon Case makeup mogul Wazzam Supa in the song “Best Friend” which should be everyone’s squad goals.

Yasssssssssssss Bih! If you don’t have best friends watching your back while you throw that ass in a circle you all alone in this wurl!

Anyway. Tokyo took a break from beating everybody’s ass on Love and Hip Hop to co-host one of my favorite podcasts “The Queen’s Supreme Court” with TS Madison, and it was everything I’ve been wanting the Queen’s Court to be. It was also sponsored by Best Friend Supa and The Crayon Case.

{It’s so important for blacks to sponsor black entertainment so we’re not just white owned speaking heads.}

I knew this would b a good match-up because, if I’m not mistaken, they’re both Libras {Like me} and Libras just like to have fun while they roast and gag….and fun is what they had as you can see. It’s been great seeing Maddy with Co-Hosts that match her energy, creativity, and spirit lately. This is what I call “The lighter side of shade”

In fact, TS Madison has done a great job of balancing the energy of the podcast since the infamous split between her and Khia, whose now hosting Gag Order solo. Unlike OTHER BLOGS who constantly have to call Maddy by her born-sex name, there’s really no reason to shade Khia because I kinda like her set up too. There’s room for everybody in these Digital Streetz. I do find it VERY unfortunate that OTHER BLOGS have to lie and create this false narrative that someone “disrespects ALL black women” to create a smear campaign just because they had an argument with one, or use some twisted soundbyte to make it look like they have a problem with a whole group. But when you hate gays I suppose that’s the tactics you’ll lose. But congrats to Khia. Hopefully she’ll really start to flourish and drop those around her that block blessings.


You have to realize that a lot of blogs desperate for clicks play on the insecurities of their audience for clicks. Black women make up a huge demographic of “clickers” on social media so you’ll have people that will try and manipulate their emotions for their own self-serving needs. And yes. Things get heated and people get into arguments with women, but we all know that does not mean that anyone is out here waging campaigns against them. And you don’t hardly need to think that OTHER BLOGS care as much about “black women” as they pretend to for clicks.

Anyway. I have to be honest I like seeing Maddy’s ratings up, and hosting with co-hosts that keep the mood funny, shady, but light. I like seeing Khia clean and clearly doing something that she loves as well. {She’s been trying to get off the ground for a long time.} I also love seeing Tokyo Vanity wherever she is {But her Instagram is the funniest} so social media wins this week. 

So this is VQNola shouting out Tokyo!

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Vitamin Q (VQ) is a writer, blogger personality, and a social commentator. He irreverently analyzes how social issues affect individuals in modern society by using sarcasm, humor, and intellect, creating his own unique blend of Southern SHADE, purely for the purpose of helping like minds cope. “I say it so you don’t have to!”
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