Trina: I Introduced French Montana to the Kardashians

Trina: I Introduced French Montana to the Kardashians

The "F**k Love" rapper says Kim K. broke the girl code.

Published October 1, 2014

Despite French Montana’s claims that Diddy introduced him to Khloe Kardashian, his former “friend” and rumored flame Trina is finally speaking out on the matter saying that she actually introduced the “Don’t Panic” rapper to the Kardashians.

“I introduced [French] to the sister, the mom and the rest of them at the Kanye West concert [in November 2013],” Trina told Miami’s 103.5 The Beat. According to Trina, she was friends with Kim Kardashian, who is also besties with her good friend LaLa Anthony, but Kim broke the “girl code” by not even telling her what was going down between her sister and French.

“I don’t feel like [Kim's] done anything to me,” Trin-Bean explained, “If this is my sister, I’ma rock with my sister for whatever it is. Ain’t nobody gonna turn me away from my sister. I respect that. I just feel like it’s not what you do but how you do it.” Although she hasn’t spoken to Kim since then, the Baddest B***h understands where Kim’s loyalty lies and is focused on her own career.

In addition to shedding light on how Khloe and French met, Trina also addressed rumors that her new single, “F**k Love,” is directed at the couple. “I’m not even thinking about those people, honestly,” she said. “That record was the last record that I done. It was just one of those moments to just give me that moment to say how I feel emotionally as a woman.”

Trina affirmed that she never publicly confirmed that she and French were in a relationship; in fact she said they were just friends.

“We were friends, and I always built a great friendship before a relationship, and the relationship was just never that. I’m around you. We do business. We do music. I respect you. I thought you respected me and that’s the situation.”

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Written by Dominique Zonyeé

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