Monday, October 24, 2005
"When I first met Trina, she was the baddest bitch, but now she the diamond princess. I ain't too much into the diamond princess thing," Trick Daddy confesses. "She toned it down a bit; she need to tone it up. She got the looks, she got the ass, she got the followers, and she got the know-how. She come from Liberty City — she need to come back to the hood. A lot of women look at her now and think, Ain't no way I can be like that Trina."
"I like the Trina that fucked five or six best friends," Trick comments wistfully. "She need to go get her original clique.... She needs some more T-Double-D in her life. She needs to start associating herself with my type of niggas."
Well Trick Daddy might not like the "new" Trina but it's good that she's matured. This is what Trina had to say in reference to what Trick Daddy said.
Trina replies, "I don't know if Trick knows what it means to evolve or not, but I do. He's street and that's all he's going to ever be. I came out being street, I came out being sexy, and now I've moved on to still being street but also being more mature and more classy. You have to grow. You see how Jay-Z has evolved from Reasonable Doubt to now being Shawn Carter. You have to grow to be a superstar and not just a rap artist. Jay-Z is a superstar, Trick is a rap artist. Trina went from a rap artist and is on the verge of being a superstar."
Well said Trina, well said...Miami New Times
Posted by Dee at 2:51 PM