Trina is ready to address the public about comments from her camp about Nicki Minaj.
Earlier this week, Reginald Saunders, the head of A&R at Trina’s label and cousin Bobby Lytes slammed Nicki for not promoting their single, “BAPS.” The song was apart of Trina’s album The One released on June 21, which was also the same day as the release for “Megatron.”
During Saunders’ post about Nicki, he also called out the rapper for heavily promoting her guest feature on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Hot Girl Summer” but only sharing “BAPS” for a short amount of time on social media.
“This isn’t the first time @nickiminaj has pulled this stunt and trust me it’s cool,” he said. “I can’t get over how fake people can be for a Lil fame, likes and followers. when everyone tried to warn me I still gave her the benefit of the doubt.”
On Tuesday (Aug. 14), Trina took to Instagram to let her fans know her plans to address how “BAPS” came about and why a video hasn’t been shot.
“First of all, everybody that knows me knows anything I gotta say, I will say it and address it,” she said. “I don’t need anybody to speak for me. Second of all, everything that I have to say, I will address it tomorrow. So catch me live and I will say it one time and one time only. I will not repeat myself.”
During her Queen Radio session on Monday (Aug. 13), Nicki addressed Saunders and said she was prepared to shoot a video to “BAPS” when the song was recorded in 2017. She also had Trina as a guest for Queen Radio at the time of the song’s release, making it the most-streamed track on the project.
“I have my own schedule and I also have to worry about what makes not only sense/cents but dollars,” she said. “And it’s not fair that people don’t understand that. I would never have someone from my team disrespect somebody that has been nothing but real to me.”