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Trina Takes Heat For Calling Beyoncé the ‘Queen of Rap’

Trina Takes Heat For Calling Beyoncé the ‘Queen of Rap’

Trina Takes Heat For Calling Beyoncé the ‘Queen of Rap.’ Trina, the renowned rapper, and songwriter, has recently found herself amidst a storm of criticism from Nicki Minaj’s fanbase, the Barbz after she boldly proclaimed Beyoncé as the ‘Queen of Rap.’ Despite the backlash, Trina remains steadfast, defending her stance on Beyoncé’s dominance in the rap music industry. In the face of the controversy, Trina once again proves her unwavering support for the iconic songstress.

Trina Affirms Beyoncé as the ‘Queen of Rap’ Amidst Barbz Backlash

Trina Takes Heat For Calling Beyoncé the ‘Queen of Rap.’

Trina’s recent assertion that Beyoncé is the ‘Queen of Rap’ has incited backlash from Nicki Minaj’s loyal fanbase, the Barbz.

However, Trina does not shy away from expressing her opinions and stands firmly behind her statement.

The rapper believes that Beyoncé’s contributions to the rap genre have earned her the coveted title through her solo work and collaborations.

Trina acknowledges the incredible talent and impact of fellow rappers, including Nicki Minaj.

According to Complex, Trina firmly believes that Beyoncé’s influence surpasses them all.

The social media sphere continues to buzz with heated debates and arguments over Trina’s claim.

The rapper has remained composed and resolute in her stance.

She maintains that Beyoncé’s ability to blend her soulful singing prowess seamlessly with her rap skills sets her apart in the industry.

Trina asserts that Beyoncé’s versatility, lyrical prowess, and ability to command attention on any track solidifies her position as the ‘Queen of Rap.’

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