Miami, FL – Trina has zero interest in battling Khia, dismissing the “My Neck, My Back” creator as not in her league. After Khia said she would dominate the gold-selling rapper in an Instagram Live battle, Trina issued a fiery response on Miami radio station 99 Jamz.
“I’m a queen; this is called royalty over here,” she stated. “I’m not stepping off my throne to address no bum, no chicks that are beneath me and nobody that hasn’t worked as hard as I worked for anything.”
She continued, “So when you girls or whatever you wannabe are calling my name, you wanna battle me, you wanna do all this — 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 cannot. Let’s make that very clear.”
Trina’s no-holds-barred rant was in stark contrast to Khia’s boasting, which saw her laughing about a clash with her rival. Khia was unfamiliar with the Verzuz battle concept but asserted she had well over 250 hits to play in such a contest.
“You wanna have a hit battle, bitch?” she said in reference to Trina. “I got 285 hits to put on your ass, bitch.”
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The beef between Trina and Khia is more than a decade old, spawning diss tracks such as the former’s “What’s Beef.” The feud appeared to be settling down after the longtime enemies traded shots interviews and social media in 2017, but it’s clear the bad blood is ready to boil over at a moment’s notice.
What truly started their dispute has always been a bit murky, but Khia once claimed she wrote Trina’s breakthrough single “Da Baddest Bitch” without receiving credit. Their beef has mostly been characterized by personal insults though.
Watch the latest back-and-forth between the rivals above and revisit one of their past social media spats below.