The Patron Saint of Paid Hoes is reloaded.
While I personally reject the idea of allowing French Montana to assist me in any task that does not focus primarily on organizing my collection of satin hair scarves from the beauty supply store (damn that boy good), Trina recruited the Bronx rapper to serve as executive producer of her latest mixtape, ‘Back To Business.’
“We went into the studio, just vibing and listening to the records,” she explained to All Hip Hop. “He [French] asked me if I was working on my album, and I said ‘of course’ and it was just like instant chemistry. He played me a bunch of tracks and unreleased music and I liked the sound and the direction. He was like let’s work together let’s make it happen and he made it happen.”
Girl, I guess. Here are 12 lyrics from the Diamonique Princess that belong in both the National Archives and on your hoodrat cousin’s Facebook wall.
The same reoccurring message of resiliency scored throughout speeches at the Democratic National Convention this week are more than applicable to the citizens of hip-hop. Facing the all too bitter reality that they are one flop album away from pressure washing parking lots after business hours, artists are taking their career by the reins like never before.
Always a secret skeet and never a wife, Miami’s mistress Trina filmed the video for her mixtape track “Beam” featuring Maybach Music Group affiliates Gunplay and Iceberg (click here to listen) at Diamonds Of Atlanta strip club last week. Fitting. As it was in the beginning, so shall it be at the end.
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Trina paid homage to lace fronts facilitated with Coke Reward points and Kirk Cobain during a recent club appearance in Atlanta. What’s your verdict on her look?
TMZ reports that a club promoter alleges the Patron Saint of Paid Hoes cost her thousands of dollars when she was a no-show for a performance at the Imperial Palace in St. Louis on May 19th.
According to documents obtained by the website, a rep from Trina’s team informed the promoter there was a scheduling conflict but never formally canceled in writing and even tried to return her $7,000 advance but the promoter refused to accept it.
The promoter plans to sue the rapper for at least $16,000 — which includes Trina’s $7,000 fee, promotional costs, and other damages.