Drag Race UK's Baga Chipz being rude to her mum has inspired some savage memes
15 November 2019, 17:57 | Updated: 15 November 2019, 18:04
The memes about Baga Chipz's mum Sacka Spudz are coming in fast following episode six of RuPaul's Drag Race UK.
Blu Hydrangea was always known as the shadiest RuPaul's Drag Race UK queen and, following her elimination last Thursday (7 November), it seems like Baga Chipz has picked up that title.
On Thursday night's Drag Race semi-final (14 November), the four remaining queens – The Vivienne, Divina de Campo, Baga Chipz and Cheryl Hole – were tasked with completing a drag makeover challenge on their own mothers and sisters. Baga, born Leo Loren, had the opportunity to transform her mother Jo, turning her into her drag alter ego, Sacka Spudz.
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Baga and Sacka walked the runway in Kardashian-inspired looks – but it didn't exactly go down well with the judges. During the critique, Alan Carr asked why the Frock Destroyer had given herself a glamorous look but left Sacka looking like she was going "trick-or-treating".
"It's really hard to dress a woman of a certain age," Baga explained. "She doesn't want to show her legs. She's got a bit of a tum. You know what I mean?"
"We celebrate that tum," Michelle Visage interrupted, but Baga placed the blame firmly back on his mother: "Yeah, but I didn't want her to look like she was pregnant like Divina's sister. It was really hard. If I had a younger girl like these two [Cheryl and Divina]..."
RuPaul then asked to hear from Sacka about her Drag Race experience, but Baga butted in to say she was proud of her mum for making it down the runway because she's usually painfully shy and "blind as a bat". It comes as no surprise that, once back in the werkroom, Sacka broke down in tears.
The internet isn't too impressed with Baga right now – and the memes about the episode prove it.
Very smelly behaviour.
Super Nanny would never tolerate this.
And! I! Oop!
They tried to tell her.
Kris Jenner would not stand for it.
Unsurprisingly, Baga ended up in the bottom two with Cheryl Hole, and the two queens had to lip sync to Amy Winehouse's 'Tears Dry On Their Own'. In the end, Baga won the dance battle and sailed into the final with The Vivienne and Divina de Campo.
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And following comments on her harsh words to her mother, Baga responded to the backlash on Twitter. She wrote: "I love my mum so much! So proud of you!!! No one knows my life story. I’m not a victim but it’s been hard. Be kind."