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Trinidad James Weighs In on Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion’s Rap Beef



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In the midst of the ongoing rap feud between Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion, Trinidad James recently shared his thoughts on the matter during an interview with TMZ. Speaking from what appears to be an airport, Trinidad James addressed the personal attacks and family involvement in the beef, while also highlighting the historical context of lyrical competition in hip-hop.

Acknowledging the unfortunate instances where families become collateral in rap feuds, Trinidad James emphasized the essence of rap and hip-hop as rooted in lyrical competition. Referring to the power dynamics at play, he discussed the challenges of judging actions when holding the title of a number one artist, expressing that most people haven’t experienced such a position.

Trinidad James drew parallels with hip-hop’s history, citing the notorious beef between Jay-Z and Nas, where intense and bold statements were exchanged. He underscored that while the extent to which one goes below the belt reflects on their character, the core of rap and hip-hop involves engaging in lyrical competition.

Highlighting Nicki Minaj’s veteran status in the industry, Trinidad James noted that the words artists use serve as their power and sword. He emphasized the nature of rap as a platform where words have a lasting impact on family and legacy. Calling it a space for defending oneself through words, Trinidad James concluded by encouraging both Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion to stand their ground and participate in the tradition of lyrical competition that defines hip-hop.

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