A Former Pussycat Doll Says The Group Was A “Prostitution Ring”

October 15, 2017 / Posted by:

Canadian Trump supporter (huh?) Kaya Jones is a former member of the Pussycat Dolls. Seemingly inspired by all of the Harvey Weinstein messiness, she’s been tweeting about her own negative experiences in the industry. As E! News points out, Kaya says that the Pussycat Dolls, who officially broke up in 2009, wasn’t a “girl group,” it was a “prostitution ring.” They definitely dressed like ladies of the evening but wasn’t that part of their whole burlesque schtick? And it gets darker…

Kaya, who left the group in 2005, says that the situation was so bad that she walked away from millions when she left the Dolls.

According to Wikipedia, Kaya’s stated reason for leaving PCD in 2005 was because it was no longer “fun.” It certainly didn’t look fun. Having to play bridesmaid to that Nicole Scherzinger chick along with 20 other girls while singing uninspired pop songs isn’t the life.

Kaya continued to spill tea on Twitter, and went on to shade an unnamed “den mother” who is probably PCD and G.R.L. creator Robin Antin. This was in reference to G.R.L. singer Simone Battle’s suicide in 2014.

You wouldn’t think the group who sang such simple, heartfelt lyrics as “when I grow up, I want to have boobies,“* had so much alleged darkness going on behind closed stage curtains. Now whenever I hear “Buttons,” I’m going to think of sex trafficking and suicidal ideation.

(* I know that’s not the actual lyric, but it sure as hell sounds like it.)


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