"Tamisha Iman is coming for you." When the seasoned queen of RuPaul's Drag Race season 13 rapped these words in episode 3, fans had no idea how much she meant it. "It was great TV," Iman tells Billboard with a giggle.
On episode 6, Iman and the other queens of Drag Race were split up into duos and tasked with performing in a disco documentary dance challenge, where they had to boogie down in the spirit of the iconic music movement. The judges weren't impressed with Iman's performance and found her runway lacking, thus landing her in the bottom alongside Kandy Muse. Lip-syncing to Blu Cantrell's 2001 single "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)," Iman ultimately lost out to Muse, walking down the runway one final time before leaving the competition.
The Atlanta legend has no qualms about her time on Drag Race — she says she came in with nothing to prove, and walked away having shown the world exactly what she was capable of. "I was comfortable with the body of work that I was able to put out there in that short amount of time," she says. "I walked away a winner. It's just a contest, you know, I didn't take it personal."