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Khia recently took to social media and went on a rant regarding her longtime nemesis Trina, who she claims “ran” from her “Verzuz” battle proposal; Khia also threatened to shoot Trina.

“You wanna do try to do a Tik Tok pretending that you want to box when your 365 years, dog years that is of living, who have you ever fought? I’ll wait,” Khia said in a recent video.

“Acting like you want to throw hands when you ain’t got no battery charge.  You was running then and you running now just like you was running from that challenge [“Verzuz” battle],” Khia continued.

“Now, I see why Remy [Remy Ma], shot that [expletive] in the gut except for I’m going to shoot you in the [expletive] cause it’s time to put that mangy alley cat [expletive] to rest once and for all.”

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In the video, Khia also said that she’s putting Trina on “suicide watch.” The Shade Room shared Khai’s videos and Trina responded in the comment section.

“George Floyd is ALL y’all should be posting all day !!!!!” Trina wrote. “Stop posting me on this page.”

“Next my lawyer will be addressing y’all,” Trina continued. “Stop using my name for clout. Stop posting me period.”

Tory Lanez also left a comment, saying, “Why she reading all her jokes from a paper … lol she prepared her ‘yo mama’s’ the night before.”

As we previously reported, Khia challenged Trina to a “Verzuz” battle, which Trina declined and shared a video indirectly stating that Khia wasn’t even on her level.

“Everybody knows me. I’m a queen. This is called royalty over here,” Trina said. “I’m not stepping off of my throne to address no bum, no chicks that are beneath me, and nobody that have not worked as hard as I have for anything.”

“So when you girls or whatever you want to be are calling my name. You want to battle. You want to do all of this,” Trina continued.

“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 want to go toe to toe with me. Cause you cannot. Okay. Let’s make this very clear.”

 

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.