The claim comes from Kaya Jones, who was a member of the group from 2003-2004, just before they got a recording contract and changed the world with their anthem “Don’t Cha.” Wow, simpler times. In a bunch of tweets a few days ago, Kaya claims her truth: “I wasn’t in a girl group. I was in a prostitution ring. Oh & we happened to sing & be famous. While everyone who owned us made the $.” Well, she might not have been in a girl group, but she definitely wasn’t in grammar lessons.
Kaya says it was bad enough that she left the group even with a million dollar record deal on the table, and that she’s tried to speak up about it various times throughout the years. Now she’s finally getting attention, and the group called bullshit in an official statement. They said that Pussycat Dolls is all about female empowerment, and if anything bad happened to Kaya they don’t know anything about it.
Robin Antin, who started the Pussycat Dolls way back in the ‘90s, said that Jones was telling “disgusting, ridiculous lies,” and that she’s “clearly looking for her 15 minutes.” Ouch. Kaya is going off on Twitter, and it’s honestly more entertaining than most of the television I watch. Grab the popcorn; here are some highlights.
Is this a subtweet? More importantly, did she re-tweet her own subtweet? Yes, yes she did. Also I literally cannot believe this chick is verified.
Ok, she makes a very valid point.
If these tweets have established one thing, it’s that grammar isn’t Kaya’s strong suit. Also I feel like you’re not helping your case by using your abuse allegations to plug your singing career. Congrats on going platinum and everything, but maybe not the time and place.
WHAT THE FUCK. This sounds like a scene ripped out of
Okay, now this is getting good and we’ve moved onto direct threats. Yas, Kaya! Spill the tea. Name names. We’re all waiting.
So one question remains: Were the Pussycat Dolls prostitutes? Aside from Kaya’s allegations, here’s additional evidence that could support this theory.
Remember Nicole Scherzinger? She was the one who always stood in the middle, and she was the only one who ever really sang. In 2011, she said that she wasn’t thrilled when she found out what the group was all about: “I cried when I saw my first Pussycat Doll costume. It was my first photo shoot, and I wasn’t used to wearing clothes like that.” So basically, the PCD people were her pimps, and you have to wear what your pimp tells you to.
The other fishy thing is the amount of people who left the group. From 1995 to 2011, more than 30 women spent time as Pussycat Dolls, but all of them left eventually. Sounds like the kind of thing that might happen if you spend a year or two as a prostitute and then are like, “What the fuck am I doing with my life?”
Former member Ashley Roberts also had some negative things to say about the group dynamic: “Even in the group I wasn’t allowed to talk, we were told to be quiet. Only Nicole was allowed to talk, we would occasionally pitch in.” Okay, so this is textbook prostitution ring behavior. Nicole was obviously the pimp’s favorite, so she was treated well while all the other girls were looked down on. Boom, we’ve figured it out.
So, like, we clearly need some more evidence, but the prostitution ring doesn’t actually seem that crazy. As Kris Jenner would say, this is a case for the FBI.
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