Trina Calls To ‘Lock Up’ The ‘Animal’ Protestors — Get’s Slaughtered By Masika Kalysha
Trina from “Love and Hip Hop Miami” is a rapper facing backlash online for her comments criticizing protests over police brutality. Trina, who is Black herself spoke on her radio show with rapper Trick Daddy on Monday morning about the nationwide protests that were sparked by the death of George Floyd and the protests that have resulted in the aftermath. That is not all, Masika Kalysha comes for Trina and ends her on Twitter and we are living.
Trina Wants The City To Enforce Stricter Curfews For ‘Animal’ Protestors And Masika Kalysha Ends H
Trina wants the city to enforce a stricter curfew, which many cities across the US have adopted amid the protests.
“They need to make the curfew at 6 pm to 6 am, that’s how I feel,” she said.
The curfew for Miami-Dade county is currently in place from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
“Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets … acting like they escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5 p.m., so the streets can be nice and clean.”
Trick Daddy, who co-hosts the “Trick N’ Trina Morning Show” with Trina also said that she shouldn’t “compare” looters and rioters who are out in the streets “for the wrong reasons,” because that’s a “handful” a people that isn’t representative of most of the peaceful protesters.
“It’s only a handful of them. The rest of us are tired of it when the police get behind you, and the red and blue lights come on, you’re not supposed to be scared,” he said.
That is when Trina dropped another bombshell, she said, she’s “not scared” of the police because she has her license and registration. Keep in mind, multiple research groups have found that Black Americans are pulled over at higher rates than white people.
Audio of the conversation began circulating on social media Twitter was quick to lash out and quickly began calling out Trina for her comments but not before Masika Kalysha dragged her to the filth. In case you don’t know, Masika Kalysha is an American actress, reality television personality, singer/songwriter and businesswoman. She is known for her role on VH1 series Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood and We TV’s Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta.