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Khia And Trina’s Longstanding Beef Stretches To 20 Years



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It is intriguing to speculate about what would happen if two outspoken women encountered each other. After all these years, it would be great if these two women could reach a shared understanding and move forward in their lives. Khia Shamone Finch and Katrina Laverne Taylor, known as rappers Trina and Khia, have not been on good terms for the past two decades.

Furthermore, the beef returned when a clip of the “My Neck, My Back” rapper surfaced on the internet in May 2020, in which she challenged Trina to a HIT (verzuz) battle. “You wanna have a HIT battle, b*tch?” she said. “I got 285 hits to put on your a** b*tch.”

Khia also launched more personal attacks at Trina in a longer video on YouTube. As part of the attacks, Trina is accused of having no children, being promiscuous and failing to achieve success as a professional artist.

“Who’s sampling yo hits…slinky neck b*tch?” Khia said. “Who are you writing for, who is checking for you? You suck so much godd*mn d*ck your face, and your mind is paralyzed on the left side, and you don’t remember that you ain’t never had a hit b*tch.”

Trina Claps Back At Khia

As a result, the “Da Baddest B*tch” rapper decided to respond to Khia on her former Miami radio show, the Trick and Trina Morning Show, on 99JAMZ.

“When you girls or whatever you wanna be are calling my name, you wanna battle, you wanna do all this,” Trina said. “First of all, make sure you have 10 hits, make sure you have enough records, make sure you’re on my level if you think you wanna go toe to toe with me, ’cause you can not.”

According to Complex, this beef stems from Khia claiming that she wrote Trina’s song “Da Baddest B*tch” but never received recognition.

Recently, Trina appeared on Drink Champs with Noreaga. While discussing the situation with Khia demanding to battle Trina, she avoided mentioning her name.

“When it comes to this particular person, the level of disrespect is beyond,” she said. “I don’t know you. If I don’t know you, I’m not entertaining or feeding into you; that’s just me.”

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