He has a point
Anyone who is paying attention knows that Trina is the baddest… but it helps when people other than Trina say it.
And that thesis is exactly what Trick Daddy floated in a new interview with DJ Vlad. Granted the Slip N Slide honcho and long-time collaborator with the “Pull Over” rapper might be a bit biased, but he still thinks that Trina was rawer and nastier than any of the other foul-mouthed femcees of her era…
“Trina was saying the things way worse than Kim did it. Lil Kim did it with class. Trina did it from right here. ‘F-ck bout five or six friends.’ One of my favorite artists Foxy she never was that ghetto girl that be in my mind because she finessed the mic so well. Trina just did it a whole different way. To every man, every girl wanted to be Trina, and every man wanted to be with Trina. If Trina was a Kardashian, she’d be the richest Kardashian.”
We’ll respect Trick’s opinion on who’s ghetto and who ain’t. After all, he’s a self-professed thug. But we might need a bit more proof that Trina is more nasty than Lil Kim.
Luckily, we have just the thing…
While Lil Kim seems prepared to put her warring days behind her, Trina is still ready to tear two-faced competitors apart. She recently laid into some fellow South Florida rappers who dared to call her outside of her name.
After Khia and KimB RocsMics posted videos calling Trina a former stripper and a closeted homosexual, Trina went off on the both of them.
“Y’all hoes gonna respect my motherf*cking name,” she said in a fiery video. “I’m gonna make you bow down and kiss my motherf*cking feet, y’all bumass hoes. I paved the way for you to even speak in Miami…Don’t even talk about my name without saying ‘Ms.””
She then challenged KimB to a fight and gave her an address to show up at. When Kim failed to appear Trina needled her.
“I told you to meet me where I told you to come. You ain’t show up…All that sh*t you was talking but you ain’t show up,” she said. “We was in the street waiting. Why you ain’t show up?”
Watch The Video
Meanwhile, Lil Kim is preaching togetherness on Hot 97. In a new interview, Kim told Ebro that she doesn’t understand the urge to tear down other women.
“I’m always for unity,” she said. “I’ve always embraced every female.”
When you come in the game, you don’t come in the game disrespecting your idols,” she added. ”You don’t be like ‘I’m the new. You sit down.’ Why would I say that to Salt-n-Pepa? Why would I say that to MC Lyte? These are the girls that made it possible for me. These are the girls who influenced me and gave me life.”
Is that enough evidence of Trina’s realness with regards to Kim?
Watch the video up top. What do you think? Is Trick Daddy speaking the truth or is he too biased to judge fairly? Let us know in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.