Approximately six hours after publishing the post “Tila Tequila lied about using thousands of dollars of donations to create a Gospel Album” she appeared manically screaming in a disturbing Youtube video.
Tila Tequila can’t handle criticism
In the mentioned posting about her misusing donations I criticised her singing. Her musical skill at the time is not nearly enough to create an “EPIC” gospel album worth the $ 30,000 she seeks in donations for it:
In the first video she linked she tries to sing one line of a song to a playback. She doesn’t hit a single note, the video is rated more bad than good and comments are disabled.
It’s not clear how at this stage of musical skill a whole gospel album should be recorded?
Tila Tequila tried to prove that she can indeed sing
Tila Tequila – as a typical narcissist – is not able to handle criticism (well) and her reading the article may have lead to another manic episode that she streamed live on Youtube for all of us to see:
The video is the usual confused, manic and foul-mouthed blabbering about how-she’s-God-and-dark-angel-and-lucifer-bitch-ass-n***er-and-everyone-is-going-to-die-stuff and then from minute 5:50 on she tries to sing Whitney Houstons “I will always love you”.
After “singing” at minute 6:16 she shouts “Bitch, I can sing, hoe!” out of the blue which is followed by a sinister laugh. She continues to demonstrate her vocal skills and at minute 6:36 she shouts even louder “Bitch, I can sing! I’m lucifer, hoe!“
A king who has to say that he is the king, is no king.
At minute 6:55 Tila Tequila screams at the camera which she considers as singing.
At minute 9:19 her rage turned into a sudden scream “And IIIIIIIIIIII…”.
At minute 13:50 she scream-sings (?!) again “And IIIIIIIIIIII…” but a half tone deeper than the scream before. She isn’t even able to memorize the key she sings in for four minutes:
People in the chat were just confused:
Meanwhile Tila Tequila has also turned to GoFundMe again after almost one year of ghosting it to “rescue” what’s left:
Can’t wait for the “EPIC” gospel album, can you?