Cowards, do not cross this Atlanta drag queen

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Know this about Atlanta drag queen Phoenix: Do not bring your insecure, unhappy and jealous asses to her show and trash talk the performers. She will throw shade right back. And she's much better at it than you.

Phoenix dumped a load of shade on two portly gays who talked shit during a preview show on Thursday at new drag dining spot Lips Atlanta. It seems these two trash talked Phoenix and other performers during the show, so she confronted them about the “rusty, cheap daggers” they were throwing. They buckled and later, she called them cowards.

And that was just her way of warming up.

Lesson in this is. When you go out to bar, club, whatever. If you do not like the shows, do not wanna see the shows, THEN DONT GO TO THE FU*KING SHOWS. Im sure there are other places to escape to if you are just visually horrified or uncomfortable watching the queens dance for dollar bills, some for $20s, lol. Most of us work VERY hard at what we do!! Some days literally ALL DAY LONG will be spent, if not weeks spent on a production or costume. So to sit there and bash and talk horrible about every performer in a show that YOU chose to come to is just tacky, yes your prerogative, but TACKY…

I mean i dont remember any of the queens turning the tables on you and laughing at you because you were the size of a fu*king SMART CAR…..Beep, Beep…..

Like this other queen, Phoenix makes it clear that she's over smart asses. The other lesson in this? Know better than to cross a drag queen. And stop sucking dick.

Here is the full rant from Phoenix, which she posted to Facebook on Friday to the delight of a few hundred people. Beep, beep!

Just got in from some relaxation and was thinking about my night last night.

There were these 2 guys (hopefully they are on my page, lol) at Lips – Atlanta for the “VIP event” and they were literally ripping every single performer to shreds, myself included, they were doing this in front of people who at the moment didnt realize were friends of mine. Of course when i heard about this and Me being the type of person I am, I of course had to speak and make sure they were having a FABULOUS time, LOL. As cowards usually do they of course smiled and were as friendly as could be… to my face but minutes before were throwing rusty, cheap daggers.

Im sure it all comes down to being insecure, unhappy, some jealousy cause they are hiding in a dark corner while a spot light and applause is directed towards someone else.

Lesson in this is. When you go out to bar, club, whatever. If you do not like the shows, do not wanna see the shows, THEN DONT GO TO THE FU*KING SHOWS. Im sure there are other places to escape to if you are just visually horrified or uncomfortable watching the queens dance for dollar bills, some for $20s, lol. Most of us work VERY hard at what we do!! Some days literally ALL DAY LONG will be spent, if not weeks spent on a production or costume. So to sit there and bash and talk horrible about every performer in a show that YOU chose to come to is just tacky, yes your prerogative, but TACKY…

I mean i dont remember any of the queens turning the tables on you and laughing at you because you were the size of a fu*king SMART CAR…..Beep, Beep…..

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