Trick Daddy Had The Audacity To Grab Up A Woman Who Wasn’t Checking For Him After He Allegedly Paid Her Way Into Miami Club

Trick Daddy is back in the headlines after a video of him doing the most has gone viral. Apparently, he got into some type of feud with a woman outside of a Miami club after he allegedly paid her way in. Watch the clip inside…

Clearly, audacity is on sale in Florida because Trick Daddy has been doing the most lately.

Last month, he set the Internet on fire when he suggested Beyoncé Knowles Carter couldn’t sing. Now, folks are coming for him over a video that shows him in an altercation with a woman outside of a club.

Apparently, the 46-year-old rapper got into a feud with a woman outside of a Miami nightclub. It was caught on camera and the video went viral, causing more backlash towards him. It’s alleged Trick paid for the woman and her friends to get into the club. When she and and friends left the club without him, he supposedly got mad and that’s where the video picks up. In the video, you can see he kept grabbing on the woman while talking ish.

“You wanna go viral, touch me,” the Miami rapper said to the woman.

“Who are you?,” she responded.

It sort of looks like she tried to swing on him – after he grabbed her – and he tried to swing back before the video ends.

Check it out below:

 

Trick tried meeee pic.twitter.com/rVBZucfDkW

— pooposhpolishd (@pootaTHEproblem) July 11, 2021

 

The woman went on to tweet about the unfortunate experience.

 

No you old bitch. I could of paid my own muthafuckn way bitch but still thank you

— pooposhpolishdd (@pootaTHEproblem) July 11, 2021

 

 

& a bitch still ain’t spend no bread tonight and came home with more money than I left with

— pooposhpolishdd (@pootaTHEproblem) July 11, 2021

 

"No you old b*tch," she tweeted. "I could of paid my own muthaf*ckn way b*tch but still thank you. & a b*tch still ain’t spend no bread tonight and came home with more money than I left with," she tweeted.

In one tweet, the woman mentions she tried to swing on the rapper/reality star:

 

Only thing I’m mad about is me missing first swing bitch yall see my water IM DRUNK AF ALREADYYY

— pooposhpolishdd (@pootaTHEproblem) July 11, 2021

"Only thing I’m mad about is me missing first swing [laughing emojis] face b*tch yall see my water IM DRUNK AF ALREADYYY"

Whew, lawd. We wonder if this incident will make it on the new season of "Love & Hip Hop: Miami." Trick hasn’t said anything about the altercation…yet.

 

Photo: Trick’s IG

The BEYHIVE DRAGS Trick Daddy After He Gets On Beyoncé’s Internet To Say She Can’t Sing

Clearly, audacity is still on sale because…whet?! Trick Daddy shared his "unpopular opinion" that Beyoncé Knowles Carter CAN’T SING. He also threw shade at her rapper husband-turned-Hip Hop mogul, Jay-Z.

Everything he said, plus how the BEYHIVE has been on neck ever since inside…

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Trick Daddy double downs on his comments about Beyoncé‘s vocals on his radio show, "Trick and Trina," which airs on 99 Jamz.

By the way, his comments on Instagram are filled with bumble bee emojis.

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Umm…is Trick Daddy OK? Like, for real?

The BEYHIVE is very active this morning after rapper Trick Daddy came for The Carters. While chopping it up with random folks on Clubhouse, the Miami rapper shared his "unpopular opinion" about Beyoncé‘s vocals and Jay-Z’s rap skills. And he clearly woke up and chose violence.

It’s unclear how the conversation started, but Bey and another woman (who wasn’t identified) was the topic of discussion and Trick didn’t mince his words while talking about the Queen’s vocal ability.

“Beyoncé f*ck with her because she see money. Beyoncé ain’t trying to give back to music or nothin’. Beyoncé don’t write music and barely can sing her motherf**kin’ self,” he said.

“Beyoncé can’t sang!," he added.

CAN’T sing?! Sir, stop it. And she has writing credits on damn near every song she creates.  If you don’t have this same smoke for rappers who have writing teams too, keep it.

“Man, I watched my godmama train Beyoncé, vocal lessons all her career,” he continued. “I’mma say my unpopular opinion right now: Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York. That’s why they together. Jay-Z ain’t never won the greatest rapper alive. Whoever put him on a level like that?”

Dragging a successful BLACK couple, unprovoked? WHAT WAS THE REASON?!

Needless to say, the BEYHIVE didn’t waste any time to start dragging Trick within an inch of his life. Peep some of the tweets below:

 

 
 

 

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Trick Daddy can barely talk let alone rap anymore.

Here’s Beyoncé singing “Halo” a difficult performance at her friend’s Kobe Bryant’s funeral last year.

The singing was PERFECTION! pic.twitter.com/qq4cFRv2j0

— (@Caramel_Angel7) June 22, 2021

 

Trick Daddy chose violence … Stay off drugs kids.

— VINCENT (@Vince_Aries) June 22, 2021

 

When Trick Daddy says Beyoncé can’t sing…THIS Beyoncé? pic.twitter.com/DMEWIxBxYa

— Kari Mtz (@kmarti50) June 22, 2021

 

Trick Daddy about to get DRAGGED old drunk bitch done lost his mind

— Akiva. (@Class_andall) June 22, 2021

 

It’s 2021 & Trick Daddy & his minions have the nerve to say THE Beyonce Giselle Knowles can’t sing. All that clown does is disrespect black women. pic.twitter.com/StlRI1zXC2

— QueenBey (@BeyonceDestChld) June 22, 2021

 

Don’t mind me, I’m just sitting here watching the #Beehive demolish #trickdaddy (@Beyonce ) pic.twitter.com/kJ5q63pl5s

— GotDamnZo (@GotDamnZo) June 22, 2021

 

Trick Daddy said Beyonce cant sing and Jay-Z cant rap all in the same breath

— Naja From HR (@_NajaMaya) June 22, 2021

 

I know I didn’t just wake up and hear TRICK DADDY saying Beyoncé can’t sing…. I know he fucking lying!!!!!

— Miss Mam (@AshleyLyann) June 22, 2021

 

Trick Daddy ain’t had a hit since 2004 and he got the nerve to talk about Beyoncé & Jay-Z

Man if you don’t sit your faceless behind down somewhere bro pic.twitter.com/ZENpAFxQj1

— Jordan Triplett (@JTriplett0825) June 22, 2021

 

Trina is gonna cuss Trick Daddy out for that shit he said.

Y’all know how much she loves Beyoncé.

— LookAtDustin (@LookAtDustin) June 22, 2021

 

Ik damn well Trick Daddy ain’t talkin shit bout Beyoncé and Jay-Z like his ass relevant still. Let’s run this back… pic.twitter.com/Ki1E8bqdl0

— JustAverage (@thegoldengloss) June 22, 2021

 

Trina – who is Trick Daddy’s longtime collaborator – is a HUGE Beyoncé fan and we’re sure if SHE was on that Clubhouse call, she would have cleared him. Since she wasn’t, she shared an Instagram post showing solidarity with Mrs. Carter:


 

 
 

 

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Whether you are a Beyoncé fan or not, you can’t deny her talent. The 28-time Grammy Award winning singer – who has been crowned as the awarded female artist in Grammy history – hasn’t been slaying the game since ’97 with mediocre vocals.  Whether they’re your cup of tea or not. PERIODT.

Photos: Michael A Walker Jr/Sky Cinema/Shutterstock.com

TOP TIER ENTERTAINMENT: EVE vs. Trina VERZUZ Battle Gave EXACTLY What It Was Supposed To Give

 

Eve & Trina joined forces for a friendly VERZUZ face-off that served up a hefty serving of Rap Sisterhood. It was the first female rap battle that we’re dubbing as one of the BEST battles yet. More inside…

Last night, EVE and Trina took us back to our teenage/early-20s selves with their VERZUZ Battle. It was the first female rap battle to premiere since the quarantine competition began last year.

When it was first announced the Pitbull In A Skirt & The Baddest B*tch would go head-to-head, folks had plentyyyyy to say, including some Gen-Z folks who chose violence and wouldn’t put RESPECK on the ladies’ names. However, their "battle" gave exactly what it was supposed to give and THEN some, especially for those of us who grew up listening to both ladies.

Unlike some of the earlier VERZUZ battles, the trailblazing MCs delivered their sets at different locations. Eve ran through her catalog of hits in London (where the Philly native currently resides), while Trina repped the 305 in Miami.

The battle went down on what would have been legendary rapper Tupac’s 50th birthday, so DJ Nasty opened the event with a tribute to the late rapper. The Diamond Princess kicked off her set with "Who’s Bad" and Eve followed up with her Swizz Beatz-produced hit, "Tambourine."

At this moment, our inner teenage selves kicked into overdrive.

As the ladies went through their songs during the friendly battle, both paid tribute to the incomparable musical genius, Missy Elliott. The Diamond Princess rapped her verse on the Missy & Ludacris collaboration "One Minute Man," while Eve rocked out with her Missy collab "Hot Boyz" (also featuring Nas, Lil’ Mo & Q-Tip) and also "4 My People."

Later, Missy took to Twitter to thank the ladies and the fans for all of the love shown during the event:

I want to say this I am HUMBLY GRATEFUL because I’ve been on a lot of artist verzuz & I want to thank those AMAZING artist who believed in me as a Writer/Producer or just a artist I love yall 4 the love yall shown me https://t.co/DDwEGuSZ23

— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) June 17, 2021

"I want to say this I am HUMBLY GRATEFUL because I’ve been on a lot of artist verzuz & I want to thank those AMAZING artist who believed in me as a Writer/Producer or just a artist I love yall 4 the love yall shown me," Missy tweeted.

I’m proud of you both & yessss get ya flowers while you here to smell them #Verzuz pic.twitter.com/CapF10g1nM

— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) June 16, 2021

Loves it.

The ladies also paid tribute to late rapper/Eve’s longtime Ruff Ryderz collaborator DMXwho died in April.

Check it:

Eve and Trina pay homage to DMX and Tupac Shakur #VERZUZ pic.twitter.com/WNARXQI6bU

— The Source Magazine (@TheSource) June 17, 2021

The two "competitors" were more like two sisters bigging up one another as the other performed, dancing and rapping to each other’s lyrics.

“I wouldn’t have wanted to do this with nobody else than my sister, Eve,” the Diamond Princess said. “We’ve been knowing each other for over 20 years. We always showed love, we always supported each other, we always held each other down.”

It was literally ALL LOVE between them, which was refreshing being that it always seems like the industry pits female rappers against one another:

I love Trina & Eve connection because y’all women had that shit HYPE ASF like I was at an concert. Bless up! pic.twitter.com/7IrNqQqver

— 24  (@narutosaywhat) June 17, 2021

Singer Kelly Rowland received some shine as well as Trina performed her song with the former Destiny’s Child singer, "Here We Go," and Eve rapped her bars from Kelly’s "Like This."

Whoever had the best verse on My Chick Bad remix is gonna win this verzuz. So who y’all got, Eve or Trina? #VERZUZ pic.twitter.com/mdAQJJYTRB

— (@writtenbytruth) June 10, 2021

Trina and Eve were also featured on Ludacris’ “My Chick Bad (Remix)" and they both rapped their lyrics from the track.

Towards the end…

Trina brought Trick Daddy out to perform their smash hit “Nann” during #Verzuz pic.twitter.com/8M1ITcCWo2

— The Source Magazine (@TheSource) June 17, 2021

Trina brought out her homie Trick Daddy to perform their classic hit, "Nann" and the Miami crowd got HYPE. Peep the clip above.

There were no losers because BOTH ladies did their thing. We’re just happy we were able to witness this moment in Hip Hop HERstory. If you missed, you can check it out below:

A whole vibe.

And here’s the full TIDAL playlist below:

 

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Twitter Wants To CANCEL Trina Over George Floyd Protest Comments – ‘Keep These Animals Off The Streets & Lock Them Up!’

Twitter wants rapper Trina canceled over comments she made about the raging protests that have been going on demanding justice for George Floyd. She said the police "needs to get these animals off the streets,” referring to the people looting and rioting. Hear what she said and more inside…

Cancel culture strikes again.

Rapper Trina is currently receiving backlash for comments she made this morning regarding the George Floyd protests that have been going down in Miami. People have been protesting to demand justice for George who was killed by a white police officer who kneeled on the back of his neck for nearly 9 minutes. It was all caught on video and sparked outrage across the nation.

While reporting on the latest updates in the George Floyd case on her radio show "Trick N’ Trina Morning Show” with her longtime collaborator/co-host Trick Daddy, the “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” star got fired up about the rioting and looting that has been going on. Trina was discussing Miami’s citywide curfew (put in place by Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez in response to the protests) and that’s when she aired out her frustrations about the vandalism and damage to stores in her beloved city.

"They need to make the curfew from 6pm to 6am. That’s how I feel," she said about the protests. "Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets that are running around in Miami Dade County are acting like they have escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5pm so the streets can be nice and clean. That’s how I feel," she added.

Trick chimed in and said that it’s not ALL protesters who are rioting and looting. The Miami rapper then tried to explain to Trina that people are tired of police killing unarmed black people, so they have resulted to looting. Also, he noted people have been out of work due to the pandemic and have fallen on desperate times.

The Baddest B*tch wasn’t feeling it.

"I don’t approve of it, period. I don’t approve of it, period. Cause you don’t want nobody burning down Sunday’s," she rifled off. "Let’s be very clear. And you have insurance and you don’t want that."

The looting hits home for Trina as her close friend’s store was wrecked. She said her friend was already struggling to stay afloat due to the pandemic. The looting was too much for her business to survive.

Trick then turned the conversation to the Black Lives Matter movement and that only set the “Diamond Princess” rapper off more. She mentioned her younger brother was killed by another black man.

"The Black lives that matter, right? The same Black lives that are taken by the hands of other black people, those matter, too, huh?,” she asked. "It’s no exception. A life is a life. Period, period. A life is a life. No matter how it was took. Whether it was a car accident, whether it was from a police, whether it was from the hands of another black man. A life was taken. Simple.""

Trick pointed out the injustice when it comes to cops and black people, mentioning how black people shouldn’t have to be afraid of police when they have been pulled over for something as small as a traffic violation.

"I’m never scared. I have my license and registration and insurance. I’m not scared. I know my rights,” Trina responded.

Take a listen below:

Now, Twitter is canceling Trina:

 

It’s very easy to cancel a person you don’t listen to tbh….
Trina not even the baddest bitch anymore…her wig stay on her forehead pic.twitter.com/Y5ZUcSey11

— We Ascending (@KW33NSOHI9H) June 3, 2020

 

 

 

Dang Trina. I guess you really don’t know NANN. Nuh uh.

— Kevín (@KevOnStage) June 3, 2020

 

 

Trina talking to Trick Daddy about the protests. pic.twitter.com/9u1WomHwh5

— After5ivePod (@After5ivePod) June 3, 2020

 

 

it sucks that I gotta cancel Trina but bby you brung this on ya self. pic.twitter.com/dfamlhcHPR

— Ciara (@ciarasquads) June 3, 2020

 

 

I promise y’all most celebs agree with Trina. That’s why they haven’t made a single statement since the protests started.

Put an end to celebrity culture. Stop idolizing other human beings that most likely look down on you for idolizing them.

— Mansa Mike (@RealMikeM) June 3, 2020

 

 

The worst thing about the whole Trina situation is that Trick Daddy really tried to save her but sis went out of her way to cancel herself.

— Muva Umar (@VanessaULTRA) June 3, 2020

 

 

Damn. I gotta cancel Trina. My heart hurts. I need a minute.

— Ex-Trina Stan Account In Mourning (@jaesofamous) June 3, 2020

 

As Trina was trending on Twitter, former "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star Masika Kalysha sought out Trina’s longtime rap rival, Khia, to come check her over her comments. Lordt.  And then, ish went ALL the way left. Peep their heated exchange below:

 

TRRINNNAAAAAAA heeey auntie. Quick question… hate to bother you. I know you have such a busy career to tend to but can you help me beloved? Can you tell me which picture has the animals in it? https://t.co/chiCiZNdEM pic.twitter.com/5eppucE3EE

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

PULL UP ok I’s a comin! Let me book this flight so I can fight yo dumb ass…WAIT TRINA YOU’RE ACTING LIKE AN ANIMAL!! don’t you dare quote Rihanna, an actual activist who PULLS UP!! Girl the word clout wasn’t even invented when u were relevant take yo afternoon nap https://t.co/p270SOvdI1

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

A duck diet bag… hmm never heard of that dish but I really do enjoy a nicely prepared duck confit thank you! Are you treating? Postmates? I’ll dm the address https://t.co/9mlB9JzAqn

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

Run it? This old ass crumb tryna race me barefoot ill-equipped outta shape & unfit. No match. Yo poor thumbs justa shakin tryin thinka some whitty to say. THE WHOLE WORLD IS DRAGGIN U Y U IN LOVE WIT ME? U NEED ATTENTION! GET OFF MY CLIT & ADDRESS THE MILLIONS OF PPL U LET DOWN https://t.co/bvc5EnIKOn

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

U WILL ADDRESS THE PPL & U WILL ADDRESS ME HOE! U OWE ME & EVERYONE ELSE AN APPOLOGY FOR THAT SHIT U DEFECATED OUT THEM BLACK ASS LIPS. How u wrong but prideful?! I used to look up to u! U inspired my 1st single! I am ashamed that I thought u were someone to aspire to be like smh https://t.co/9mlB9JzAqn

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

Can. Did. Am. https://t.co/xEU0xY8KcJ

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

 

It’s always a barren hoe… https://t.co/7tW1t5QWSo

— Masika Kalysha (@masikakalysha) June 3, 2020

 

That escalted extra quickly.  Whew, lawd. A mess.

 

Photo: Trina’s IG

Mike WiLL Made It – Come Down (Ransom 2 Album)

[Intro: Chief Keef]
Sosa baby
Ear Dummers
[?]
Bang, bang, bang
Mike WiLL Made-It

[Hook: Chief Keef]
I flaunt it, I bought it
I talk it, I walk it
Only thing I worship is the lord and this .40
Please, do not confront me if you ain’t talking money
Take a little bitty sip, though I’m already foggy
Let it rain, yeah they all fall down, all come down
I’d be insane to complain, baby
I’m so high, I don’t wanna come down

[Verse 1: Chief Keef]
Sosa baby, GBE baby
Hopped out the car smelling like a skunk
And I’m cleaned up, something like a mop
Trap wanging, something like a trunk
And I stand tall, something like a dunk
Talking about the money, talking about the "fffrrr-beep"
Hey baby, you know what the fuck you do to me
I’m riding with my shooter, he won’t hesitate to squeeze
Any homie, you what the fuck he do for me
Fifty stuffed up in my Balmains
And what I’m toting, the sawed off thang
Knock you down, like a Chiraq Blackhawks game
I ain’t never had nothing

[Hook: Chief Keef]
I flaunt it, I bought it
I talk it, I walk it
Only thing I worship is the lord and this .40
Please, do not confront me if you ain’t talking money
Take a little bitty sip, though I’m already foggy
Let it rain, yeah they all fall down, all come down
I’d be insane to complain, baby
I’m so high, I don’t wanna come down

[Verse 2: Swae Lee]
Talk about a come up
Me and my young bulls playing with a lump sum
Niggas that owe me always trying to avoid me
Clutching my .40 and fucking with lil’ shorty
They wanna gossip all through the day
Meanwhile, we flossing every way
Forget what it’s costing
We get it right back when we lost it
My G.I. Joe got the MAC in case they wanna cross me
Being impatient got me a new spot that’s spacious
And I don’t test drive the sedan, I take it
I wanna shine, I wanna rub it in their faces

[Hook: Chief Keef]
I flaunt it, I bought it
I talk it, I walk it
Only thing I worship is the lord and this .40
Please, do not confront me if you ain’t talking money
Take a little bitty sip, though I’m already foggy
Let it rain, yeah they all fall down, all come down
I’d be insane to complain, baby
I’m so high, I don’t wanna come down

[Verse 3: Slim Jxmmi]
All of these bitches call me big daddy
Do so much shit in KOD, they calling me Trick Daddy
Moncler with Louboutin, yeah, I mismatch it
You can tell I’m a rich nigga by looking at me
I’m just chilling, my nigga, my diamonds dancing
You know I shop on Rodeo, I’m never tacky
I’m paper chasing ’till they put me in a casket
I swear them hundreds singing to me like a ballad
When I get that Murciélago, I’ma drive it like a Audi
I pay my tithes with these strippers, yeah
I’m trying to die a fucking billionaire
Balmains, got like every pair
On top, I ain’t going anywhere

[Hook: Chief Keef]
I flaunt it, I bought it
I talk it, I walk it
Only thing I worship is the lord and this .40
Please, do not confront me if you ain’t talking money
Take a little bitty sip, though I’m already foggy
Let it rain, yeah they all fall down, all come down
I’d be insane to complain, baby
I’m so high, I don’t wanna come down

Drake – Lose You (More Life Album)

[Intro]
I don’t care what society thinks. They’re nothing anyway. They’re no better than me. Out there you just have to fit into a pattern that somebody’s already laid out for you. Life we live, you have to set your own patterns, your own ideals. You have to handle the whole job yourself. (Yeah)

[Verse 1]
No snow tires, the rain slip-slide like Trick Daddy and Trina
Oli North pull in, like, 10 million a season
Queen Street visions that nobody believed in
If we not on the charts, my XO niggas eatin’
Fifty-two consecutive weekends, shout out to Weeknd
The city gets stronger when everybody is speakin’
Not when everybody out here beefin’
We got it, now we just gotta keep it
America’s most wanted, man, I’m still on the run
All these number ones and we still not the ones
No hard feelings, but I’ll still get you spun
Went and got diplomas, and we still goin’ dumb
Please never label niggas who lay down for a livin’
My competition, it’s beyond offensive
I’m in it for the glory, not the honor mention
Not tryna be fourth and inches, I’m tryna go the distance
Yeah, distance, I’m on a different mission
This the remix to "Ignition," hot and fresh out the kitchen
How you forget to fill up with gas on the road to riches?
Too overly ambitious, too late to fix it
Too late for condolences when it’s over with
I need to start sayin’ shit when I notice it
Be open with people I need some closure with
Be honest with myself and take ownership
Opinions started to burn when tables started to turn
I really used to feel like they loved a nigga at first
Excitin’ times, revitalized
Trust this little light of mine is gonna shine positively
I’m just takin’ what God will give me
Grateful like Jerry, Bob and Mickey
Better attitude, we’ll see where it gets me
I know catchin’ flies with honey is still sticky
I wrote the book on world-class finesses
And tasteful gestures and makin’ efforts
And never placin’ second
And even better knowin’ you’re first but then takin’ second
Inspirin’ and never takin’ credit
I know I deserve more, I just never said it
Two middle fingers as I make a exit, yeah

[Chorus]
Did I lose you?
Did I? Did I?
Did I lose you?
Did I? Did I?
Did I lose you?

[Verse 2]
Winnin’ is problematic
People like you more when you workin’ towards somethin’
Not when you have it
Way less support from my peers
In recent years as I get established
Unforgivin’ times, but fuck it, I manage
Why is my struggle different than others’?
Only child that’s takin’ care of his mother
As health worsens and bills double
That’s not respectable all of a sudden?
I don’t get a pat on the back for the come up?
What do you see when you see me?
When did all the things I mean
From the bottom of my heart start to lose meaning?
Maybe I share it with too many people
Back then it used to just feel like our secret
Back when I would write
And not think about how they receive it
I be tryna manifest the things I needed
And look, now, I mean, it’s hard to believe it even for me
But you’re mindful of it all when your mind full of it all
How they go from not wantin’ me at all
To wantin’ to see me lose it all?
Things get dark, but my aura just starts glowin’
I’m overcome with emotions
Ones I can’t access when I’m stoned sober
Jealous ones still envy and niggas turn king cobra
I could only speak what I know of
Man, we wrote the book on calculated thinkin’
And icy Heineken drinkin’, and rival neighborhoods linkin’
And puttin’ your trust in someone
With the risk of financially sinkin’
All you did was write the book on garbage-ass Rollies
Ego strokin’, picture postin’
Claimin’ that you’d do it for motivational purposes only
But you just had to show me
See, I know, ’cause I study you closely
I know when someone lyin’
I notice people standin’ for nothin’ and gettin’ tired
I know what we’re both thinkin’ even when you’re quiet
Sometimes I gotta just make sure that I didn’t lose you

[Chorus]
Did I? Did I?
Did I lose you?
Did I? Did I?
Did I lose you?

A Tribe Called Quest – Mobius (We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service Album)

[Verse 1: Consequence]
I break bread, ribs, hundred dollar bills
Dream about Bugattis and other four-wheels
They say Illuminati and other ordeals
Is how my lawyer got me to avoid a raw deal
And now it’s more real than it is for any other star
And that’s enough to have you tearing up the mini-bar
I should probably get awards where the Emmys are
For how I deal with the path like Remy Ma
I get in the car like a sniper’s on the roof now
But don’t confuse how you see me have to move now
I got bars like the cypher’s in the booth now
Ooh, child, things are gonna get easier
Long as they get my page right on Wikipedia
Long as they say my name right in the media
If you don’t, that’s a sin like Cincinnati
‘Cause ever since I had the polo suit at the Grammys
I been spittin’ at the camera like Trick Daddy
So swaggy, he could’ve broke up with IG
I ain’t surprised that they broke up on IG
I got the game on IV, might as well have a live feed
Keep a fresh cut from IB
So I always match the picture in my ID
They packin’ Dub C had ran with Mack 10
I was still a baby Similac then
And what the crack era did to black men
It had to be a era if you had a Cadillac then

[Vere 2: Busta Rhymes]
How I rock mine, I throw it up
Makin’ sure that you niggas all are on the same page
Powerful force, you better look both ways
Fuck that, I’m chokin’ niggas, it’s goin’ down
I’m from a different cloth, we the oracles of the sounds
Skip town, hit ’em with impeccable pound
Lost, found, the way I flood it, niggas gon’ drown
Rip shit—ayo, wait, wait, wait, wait—
I gotta do it again, I gotta do it again
You already know the script, roundhouse kick
She lookin’ at me, lickin’ her lip
Put my arm around her like a bowl of chip with a dip
With yo’ bitch, what the fuck, niggas erupt
I got the half moon clip, that’s banana
A good planner, a new anger like a larger Bruce Banner
Out the house, nigga, if you open your mouth
Man, nigga, if you open your mouth
Fuck the press, I’m leavin’ every room in a mess
Like herds of bulls with they aprons on and bakin’ soda
Keep it movin’, keep the convo short
And bring a case of Henney
House of pain, I control many
House of lies, you niggas go run, hide
Peep the way this vibe conflict with they real lives
(Nigga) Fanatic shit, we go bizarre
Bad news for niggas as I go emphatical, radical
National animal rulin’ like a czar
Every time I black for the record, the shit splatter
The whole batter, no bullshit, the boom bapper
I pull the gat up, whip the shit, cook the batter
When I pull up on niggas, even your momma gon’ scatter
Barishkaaa

A Tribe Called Quest – Mobius Lyrics

[Verse 1: Consequence]
I break bread, ribs, hundred dollar bills
Dream about Bugattis and other four-wheels
They say Illuminati and other ordeals
Is how my lawyer got me to avoid a raw deal
And now it’s more real than it is for any other star
And that’s enough to have you tearing up the mini-bar
I should probably get awards when the Emmys are
For how I deal with the path like Remy Ma
I get in the car like a sniper’s on the roof now
But don’t confuse how you see me, have to move now
I got bars like the cypher’s in the booth now
Ooo, child, things are gonna get easier
‘Long as they get my page right on Wikipedia
‘Long as they say my name right in the media
If you don’t, that’s a sin like Cincinnati
‘Cause ever since I had the polo suit at the Grammys
I been spittin’ at the camera like Trick Daddy
So swag, he could have broke up with IG
I ain’t surprised that they broke up on IG
I got the game on IV
Might as well have a live feed
Keep a fresh cut from Aunt B
So I always match the picture in my ID
They packin’ Dub C and run with MAC 10
I was still a baby Similac then
And what the crack era did to black men
It had to be an error if you had a Cadillac then

[Vere 2: Busta Rhymes]
How I rock mine, I throw it up
Makin’ sure that you niggas all are on the same page
Powerful force, you better look both ways
Fuck that, I’m chokin’ niggas, it’s goin’ down
I’m from a different cloth, we the oracles of the sound
Skip town, hit ’em with impeccable pound
Lost, found, the way I flood it, niggas gon’ drown
Rip shit….oh, wait, wait, wait, wait….
I gotta do it again, I gotta do it again
You already know the script, roundhouse kick
She lookin’ at me, lickin’ her lip
Put my arm around her like a bowl of chip with the dip
With your bitch, what the fuck, niggas erupt
I got the half moon clip, that’s banana, a good planner
A new anger like a larger Bruce Banner, out the house
Nigga, if you open your mouth
Damn, nigga, if you open you mouth
Fuck the press, I’m leavin’ every room in a mess
Like herds of bulls with they aprons on and bakin’ soda
Keep it movin’, keep the convo short and bring a case of Henny
House of Pain, I control many
House of lies, where niggas go run, hide
Peep the way the scribe conflict with they real lives
(Nigga) Phonetic shit, we go bizarre
Bad news for niggas as I go emphatical, radical
Mention no animals, roamin’ like a czar
Every time I blah for the record, the shit splatter
The whole data, no bullshit, the boom bapper
I pull the gat up, whip the ship, come to bat up
When I pull up too niggas even your momma goin’ scatter

A Tribe Called Quest – Mobius

[Verse 1: Consequence]
I break bread, ribs, hundred dollar bills
Dream about Bugattis and other four-wheels
They say Illuminati and other ordeals
Is how my lawyer got me to avoid a raw deal
And now it’s more real than it is for any other star
And that’s enough to have you tearing up the mini-bar
I should probably get awards when the Emmys are
For how I deal with the path like Remy Ma
I get in the car like a sniper’s on the roof now
But don’t confuse how you see me, have to move now
I got bars like the cypher’s in the booth now
Ooo, child, things are gonna get easier
‘Long as they get my page right on Wikipedia
‘Long as they say my name right in the media
If you don’t, that’s a sin like Cincinnati
‘Cause ever since I had the polo suit at the Grammys
I been spittin’ at the camera like Trick Daddy
So swag, he could have broke up with IG
I ain’t surprised that they broke up on IG
I got the game on IV
Might as well have a live feed
Keep a fresh cut from Aunt B
So I always match the picture in my ID
They packin’ Dub C and run with MAC 10
I was still a baby Similac then
And what the crack era did to black men
It had to be an error if you had a Cadillac then

[Vere 2: Busta Rhymes]
How I rock mine, I throw it up
Makin’ sure that you niggas all are on the same page
Powerful force, you better look both ways
Fuck that, I’m chokin’ niggas, it’s goin’ down
I’m from a different cloth, we the oracles of the sound
Skip town, hit ’em with impeccable pound
Lost, found, the way I flood it, niggas gon’ drown
Rip shit….oh, wait, wait, wait, wait….
I gotta do it again, I gotta do it again
You already know the script, roundhouse kick
She lookin’ at me, lickin’ her lip
Put my arm around her like a bowl of chip with the dip
With your bitch, what the fuck, niggas erupt
I got the half moon clip, that’s banana, a good planner
A new anger like a larger Bruce Banner, out the house
Nigga, if you open your mouth
Damn, nigga, if you open you mouth
Fuck the press, I’m leavin’ every room in a mess
Like herds of bulls with they aprons on and bakin’ soda
Keep it movin’, keep the convo short and bring a case of Henny
House of Pain, I control many
House of lies, where niggas go run, hide
Peep the way the scribe conflict with they real lives
(Nigga) Phonetic shit, we go bizarre
Bad news for niggas as I go emphatical, radical
Mention no animals, roamin’ like a czar
Every time I blah for the record, the shit splatter
The whole data, no bullshit, the boom bapper
I pull the gat up, whip the ship, come to bat up
When I pull up too niggas even your momma goin’ scatter