Trina makes it abundantly clear that she has no interest in engaging in a battle with Khia, nor does she feel it even merits a proper response.
Thanks to the popularization of online battles like those of Verzuz, the brainchild of and , artists have been granted yet another platform to assert their domination over an opponent. At least, that’s what Khia had in mind when she recently , warning the Slip-N-Slide rapper that she had “485 hits to put on your ass, bitch.”
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Unfortunately for the author behind “My Neck My Back,” the internet seemed to think little of her confident declaration, emerging in droves to rally behind — herself a legendary figure in Miami, and hip-hop in general. And while some felt that Khia could put up some semblance of a fight, the consensus seemed to paint this potential battle as heavily one-sided in Trina’s favor.
Now, Trina has issued a response of her own, making it clear that she has no interest in going head to head with Khia — nor does she feel it’s even a remotely challenging prospect. “I’m not stepping off my throne to address no bum, no chicks who are beneath me, and nobody who hasn’t worked as hard as me for anything,” she states, her tone venomous. “When you girls are calling my name, you want to battle, make sure you have ten hits. Make you sure have enough records. Make sure you’re on my level if you think you want to go toe to toe with me.”