Trina Went TF Off On Trick Daddy After Their Show And Now Fans Are Dragging Him By His Gold Grills

Trina Went TF Off On Trick Daddy After Their Show And Now Fans Are Dragging Him By His Gold Grills

"F**k you Trick Daddy! My heart over here breaking for Trina..."

Published January 3rd

Well, folks, you might not want to hold your breath on that Trina and Trick Daddy TNT album after what went down between Miami’s star rap duo on Wednesday night’s (January 2) Love & Hip Hop: Miami premiere.

As revealed back in 2017, Trick and Trina shared their plans to reunite for the first-ever joint album that also bring a handful of other Miami-bred talents together including Kodak Black and Mike Smiff. They’d even released their first single, “Smooth Sailing,” to give fans a taste of what’s to come from the project. Two years later and the femcee baddest is itching to test out some new sounds among fans, as she planned to do at a recent show with him on LHHM’s first episode. A stubborn Trick, who Trina complains hasn’t been so cooperative with constructing the album, shamefully cut the music at the end of the show, however. Understandably so, his audacity sent Trina into a fit of rage, then tears, as she scorned his insolent behavior. “TNT’s a partnership, but Trick don’t give a f**k about me,” she said. “He’s going to cut my song off? This man has no respect for anything I’ve done for him.”

During the flare-up, Da Baddest B**ch rapper raged that she’s over the entire TNT album, and fans can thank Trick’s maltreatment toward her (which he has an interesting history with) and the entire project for it. “Trick, he don’t give a f**k, because you know why?” she said backstage. “This guy is f**king disrespectful and I’m tired of the bullsh**!”

Trina’s tearful breakdown afterward tore the hearts of fans and viewers internet-wide, who urged her to go forth with her own project, sans-Trick. Now that the world is witnessing the public falling out of two of hip-hop’s closest collaborators and rap veterans, they’re hitting cancel on the one person who’s quite apparently to blame for it: the Trick himself.

Written by Diamond Alexis

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