Rapper Trina Unloads On Protesters Trashing Cities: Keep ‘These Animals Off The Streets’

Rapper Trina unloaded on looters and violent rioters in the Miami area this week on radio, saying that the curfew in the area should be extended to keep “these animals off the streets.”

“They need to make the curfew at 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., that’s how I feel. Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets that are running around in Miami-Dade County acting like they have escaped from a zoo,” Trina said. “Lock them up at 5 p.m. so the streets can be nice and clean, that’s how I feel.”

Trina was angry that people were using the protests to “tear up our cities, run through and tear up our schools and burn our stuff and break in our stores.”

When rapper Trick Daddy responded to her by saying that everything was always personal with her, she responded,  “Yes, it’s definitely personal. It’s definitely personal because I feel like at the end of the day, at the end, she got insurance but she also been locked down for 60 days also like us, and she also don’t have money like me so I don’t approve of it. Period. I don’t approve of it. Period.”

“We can’t bring back nobody’s lives that have been taken away whether it was from the police or in the hands of another civilian,” Trina continued. “We can’t bring them back. We cannot. We cannot bring them back. You cannot pump life back into them at all. I can’t bring back my little brother’s life, his life was taken by the hands of a man. A black man. I can’t bring his life back.”

Trick Daddy responded, “We’re talking about black lives—”

“[It’s] the black lives that matter, right?” Trina responded. “The same black lives that are taken from the hands of other black people, those matter too, huh?”

“What I won’t do, I won’t compare—” Trick Daddy began to respond before getting cut off.

“You ain’t got to compare it, you ain’t got to compare it. I’m living in the life of it. It’s no comparison. I feel the same way. It’s no exception,” Trina said. “A life is a life. Period. Period. A life is a life, no matter how it was taken. Whether it was a car accident, whether it was from the police, whether it was from the hands of another black man. A life was taken. Simple.”

“I have so much to say Miami. I am fired up. I am pissed off and I am ready today,” Trina continued. “I know what I want to say. I have everything I want to say and not you and nobody else ain’t going to tell me how to say it. … All y’all fake for the protests and the fake ‘Oh, we so concerned about George Floyd.’ Half of y’all are marching and not even caring about this man, people out there just doing maliciously.”

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TRANSCRIPT:

TRINA: “They need to make the curfew at 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., that’s how I feel. Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets that are running around in Miami-Dade County acting like they have escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5 p.m. so the streets can be nice and clean, that’s how I feel.”

TRICK DADDY: “What the streets got to do with the people’s lives? You got money.”

TRINA: “You’re not talking about the lives. You’re not talking about that. You’re not talking about the lives, you’re not talking about that.”

TRICK DADDY: “You got money. These people got to go to work. These people have been on lockdown.”

TRINA: “I’ve been on lockdown too. I’ve been on lockdown just like them.”

TRICK DADDY: “These people are about to lose their minds.”

TRINA: “We all about to lose our minds.”

TRINA: “And that means tear up our cities?”

TRICK DADDY: “Ain’t nobody tear up no cities—”

TRINA: “That means tear up our cities, run through and tear up our schools and burn our stuff and break in our stores and go and tear up [inaudible] market place and tear up my friends shop that has a son and a kid to take care of and a family? No.”

TRICK DADDY: “It’s always personal with you.”

TRINA: “Yes, it’s definitely personal. It’s definitely personal because I feel like at the end of the day, at the end, she got insurance but she also been locked down for 60 days also like us and she also don’t have money like me so I don’t approve of it. Period. I don’t approve of it. Period.”

TRICK DADDY: “We cannot bring back—”

TRINA: “We can’t. We can’t. We can’t bring back anything. We can’t bring back nobody’s lives that have been taken away whether it was from the police or in the hands of another civilian. We can’t bring them back. We cannot. We cannot bring them back. You cannot pump life back into them at all. I can’t bring back my little brother’s life, his life was taken by the hands of a man. A black man. I can’t bring his life back.”

TRICK DADDY: “We’re talking about black lives—”

TRINA: “[It’s] the black lives that matter, right? The same black lives that are taken from the hands of other black people, those matter too, huh?

TRICK DADDY: “What I won’t do, I won’t compare—”

TRINA: “You ain’t got to compare it, you ain’t got to compare it. I’m living in the life of it. It’s no comparison. I feel the same way. It’s no exception. A life is a life. Period. Period. A life is a life, no matter how it was taken. Whether it was a car accident, whether it was from the police, whether it was from the hands of another black man. A life was taken. Simple.”

TRINA: “I have so much to say Miami. I am fired up. I am pissed off and I am ready today. … I know what I want to say. I have everything I want to say and not you and nobody else ain’t going to tell me how to say it. … All y’all fake for the protests and the fake ‘Oh, we so concerned about George Floyd.’ Half of y’all are marching and not even caring about this man, people out there just doing maliciously.”

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