June 14, 2018 at 09:30 AM EDT

There are only four queens left on RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10, and between them they’re serving a quadruple-course feast of drama with a heaping side of truth tea.

With only a handful of ladies still in the competition, it’s clear tensions are running high. But it’s also apparent the crown isn’t the only thing these girls are after: Judging by EW’s exclusive clip from the next installment of the reality competition series, Asia O’Hara might also be ready to snatch the wig right off Eureka’s head as the Werk Room turns into a fabulous war zone over Kameron Michaels’ singing ability.

The preview begins as Kameron returns to the Werk Room from rehearsals with choreographer Todrick Hall, who’s coaching the queens as they write and perform their own verses for a performance of RuPaul’s single “American.” Kameron, one of the most reserved queens the show has ever seen when it comes to boasting about her accomplishments, appears happy with how she sang during preparation. But, she’s not about to give Eureka — who demands an on-the-spot performance — a free show.

“This is Eureka, she’s not going to take no for an answer,” Asia chimes in as Kameron instead prompts Eureka to “buy the track on iTunes” as Aquaria looks on.

Later, in a confessional, Asia describe’s Kameron’s behavior as “hounding Kameron to sing” the part for her, and offers some sage words of advice: “Leave this woman alone!”

Back in the Werk Room, Kameron won’t give in, telling her sisters: “I feel like as much as she’s fighting to get it, I’m going to fight not to give it,” to which Eureka responds: “Ok girl, that’s fine, I ain’t got no time for none of y’all right now…I also know Kameron and sometimes he just needs a little encouragement.”

Still, Asia persists with her defense.

“Kameron has clearly made it clear that she doesn’t want to sing her part,” she claps back. “I didn’t realize you were the Kameron whisperer.”

See how the verbal spat plays out in full when the semi-final episode RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10 airs Thursday at 8:00 p.m. ET on VH1. In the meantime, check out EW’s sneak peek at the impending conflict in the video above.

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