And just like that the backlash against Trinidad James has started. As we previously reported, James told a New York City crowd at his concert Tuesday (November 12) that Atlanta runs New York musically.
Within hours of the story breaking Brooklyn, New York emcee Maino got at Trinidad on Twitter.
"S/O to all the NY n*ggas who let this Rotten Teeth n*gga @TrinidadJamesGG disrespect us lastnite! Somebody wake @TAXSTONE up tell'em this nasty mouth n*gga @TrinidadJamesGG is on the menu," Maino wrote. "After we clean this guy up I'm straighten a few of u NY n*ggas out for being the V*ginas that u R!"
James didn't back down. He got on his Twitter account and continued to express his opinion.
"Maino wanna shoot me for saying the truth then shoot on. I ain’t backtracking sh*t," James responded. "Ny consumers are a disgrace to their own culture. I don’t ever have to make it on the radio ever. F*ck the radio. I’ll die a real n*gga. I speak the truth….and the TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE….#CrazyDeacon #BlackBatman…coming soon. You gonna wanna hear this. Ima die with a Trini Flag in the Air… “WHEN I DIE BURY ME IN A CARNIVAL”!!!"
Harlem, New York rapper Smoke DZA was also heated. He and James exchanged words on the social networking site
"@smokedza if you the real n*gga that I know you to be then you can hit my line and stop listening to these f*ck n*ggas in yo city. U Kno Me," Trinidad wrote.
I have a feeling this is only the beginning.