Southern rapper Khia has published an explicit blog post sharing her personal relationship advice and how women can determine their best lovers.

In her blog, Khia gave some pointers on how men and women could better their romantic skills.

“Fifty percent [of a relationship] is love and the other 50 percent is sex, so if he’s only lasting sixty seconds, it’s not gonna work,” Khia wrote. “A man should always have enough discipline to control [himself]. There’s no way you can please her if as soon as you get in, you’re [done]. [That means] you don’t have enough respect or love for her to wait…If he starts tightening up or acting like he’s about to have an exorcism… back up and slow it down. If your guy’s not a stranger, you should know when he’s about to blast off. Tell him to talk to you so you [can say] ‘Okay go ahead’ or ‘Hold on wait for me.’ … But for a one-minute man, once they get behind [you] it’s a wrap. If you’ve already got yours then let him go to the back and be like ‘Okay baby, just have fun.’ You can be roughed up, swinging from the chandelier, whatever, but once he gets to the back… it’s over.” (VIBE)

Rap mogul Diddy recently blamed his work ethic for keeping him from focusing on love.

“I’ve had a lot of success and I’ve had a lot of material things, but I’ve never conquered love,” he revealed in an interview. “I’ve never just had that always successful relationship. That’s due to the fact of me working and not paying attention to the girl, or me also feeling that the girl doesn’t appreciate me. And then I get a girl that really knows how to love me and I’ll press the self-destruct button because it makes me feel uncomfortable that she’s loving me so much.” (Parade)

Last year, Diddy said his “fear” has pushed him to cheat on women while in relationships.

“A couple years ago, my psychologist came to the conclusion that this is one of the big problems I have as far as maturing in a relationship,” Diddy explained in an interview. “After my father got killed, my mother said, ‘I’m never getting married again. I don’t want men around my children.’ So I’ve never actually been able to witness a husband and wife’s love. Sometimes when I see it with my friends, I just find myself staring like a child, because I’ve never actually seen it before. It’s one of the sad parts of my life. When a relationship gets to a certain point, I probably get scared and become a little self-destructive. [If caught cheating,] cry. It might not work, but it at least shows that you care. Godd*mn, this is a deep interview. You didn’t ask Will Smith none of this sh*t! Yeah, it hurts me. One of my weaknesses is that I actually have a conscience.” (ELLE Magazine)

Aside from relationship advice, Khia recently called out Young Money’s Nicki Minaj.

“I don’t know if it’s really her. Everybody knows it’s me, it’s Khia. I don’t know if she’s Nick, I don’t know if she’s a Barbie. I tell everybody, we don’t have Barbies in the hood. Boos, there wasn’t no Barbies sitting on the stoop, love who you are. Hip-Hop is supposed to be real, hip-hop is supposed to be where the real people hang and I think it’s a lot of infiltrators coming in…” (“Street Disciplez Radio”)

Khia is known for explicit raps including her 2002 hit, “My Neck, My Back.”

Check out a recent Khia interview below: