(AllHipHop News) Many African-American women blasted Trick over some comments he made in a video back in October.
The South Florida rap legend said at the time:
These Spanish and these white h**s, they just started getting finer than a motherf-cker. Y’all black hoes better tighten up. I’m telling you, tighten up. Y’all doing all that extra sh-t for nothing. You not achieving nothing, b-tch. You get your ass done, your titties done. You’re paying $150 to get your makeup done just to go to a local club, b-tch. Tighten up, hoe. These Spanish and these white hoes getting very spiffy on y’all. They f-ck around and learn how to fry chicken you hoes is useless.
Charlamagne Tha God brought up the backlash for Trick’s statement during Trina’s interview.
“There was a good and bad part to it. I feel like what he said wasn’t so bad. It’s a lot of women that need to get their self together,” replied Trina. “I think his choice of words of saying ‘black women’ and using a different race of women is what made it sound crazy.”
She added, “We’re already in this big racial war. That was offensive to women. Me knowing him as a person – I think the choice of words was just Trick talking how Trick, but meaning it the way everybody perceived it.”
Trina partly owes her early success in the music industry to Trick Daddy.
“Nann N-gga” – off Trick’s 1998 album www.thug.com – was the first song to earn Trina national notoriety.