It all started on March 2nd, when
There’s a queen on this current season of drag race that was highly disappointing when booked in my little burger bar show. She sure is cutting up when the cameras turn on. So, tv audiences can have a show but you gonna be a sloppy unpolished sack of wet potatoes irl? Fuck y’all— VICKY VOX (@TheVickyVox) March 2, 2019
People started guessing who the queen was (but, let's be real, we don't need a reality check), and Ms. Vox kept giving vagued confirmations:
Does it rhyme with milky Ménage...if not, my new drag name.— Justin Martindale (@justmartindale) March 2, 2019
And this continued until one of the replies accused and detailed how the queen being shaded sexually assaulted him after a show.
FOLLOWMY BACKUP @exposing_rpdr Things like this needs to be stopped, many times at drag shows people feel like it is consent just because they do not have malicious intent. This also goes towards peformers as well. On both sides it is important to respect boundaries, being in drag does not grant you consent and someone being in drag also does not grant you consent.
While a lot of people were supporting, others called him a liar and accused him of being opportunistic, bullying him until he made a post to try to defend himself.
This post is in regards to the post about silky ganache. I feel like with the platform I have it is my job to share words like these. Jesses words and story needs to be heard, and for all those denying and being absolutely rude you are disgusting. Just because you are a fan of somebody does not make it any excuse, I hope you take the time out of your day to read all of his words.
So far, Silky hasn't comment on the accusations.
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