British Drag Queen Rapper Is ‘Bitch Most Fierce’ – VIDEO

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Twenty-three year old musician, drag queen and rapper Monopoly Phonic has brought drag queen fabulosity and rap attitude together in his new song, “Bitch Most Fierce”:

[The] track [is] inspired by US rapper Rick Ross’s track “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”. Where Ross compares himself to notorious gangsters Big Meech and Larry Hoover, Phonic compares himself to legendary drag queens like Rupaul, Lady Bunny, Divine, Dame Edna Everage and the casts of reality competition Rupaul’s Drag Race and the groundbreaking 90s documentary Paris Is Burning.

Watch Phonic sashay through the streets of Manchester, England as onlookers take in all the diva-ness, AFTER THE JUMP…

Drag

Twenty-three year old musician, drag queen and rapper Monopoly Phonic has brought drag queen fabulosity and rap attitude together in his new song, “Bitch Most Fierce”:

[The] track [is] inspired by US rapper Rick Ross’s track “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”. Where Ross compares himself to notorious gangsters Big Meech and Larry Hoover, Phonic compares himself to legendary drag queens like Rupaul, Lady Bunny, Divine, Dame Edna Everage and the casts of reality competition Rupaul’s Drag Race and the groundbreaking 90s documentary Paris Is Burning.

Watch Phonic sashay through the streets of Manchester, England as onlookers take in all the diva-ness, AFTER THE JUMP…