Rapper Trina Goes Off on Racist Woman In Walmart

Miami sex pistol hip hop artist Trina very rarely lets people see her sweat but she is known to go all the way live a time or two if someone pisses her off.

This happened in the video below where Trina allegedly accidentally bumped into a white woman inside a Florida Walmart and was called a “n*gger b*tch.”

After that, the wrath of Hurricane Trina.

Smh, it’s so sad we have to live in such a racially divisive world. That N-word emotion runs deep and no other race could ever understand the furry that word brings out of black people.

Thankfully Trina pulled it in and didn’t place hands on the woman and hopefully the woman might think twice about calling another black person a N-word to their face.

Just a reminder of how quickly things can escalate to out of control status.

Sadly Trina’s mother recently passed away so she is dealing with a lot. This woman is lucky she didn’t catch a few punches to the face.

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HU Staff: Kecia Gayle @Kecia.Kae Trina may be cool, calm, and collected but don’t mess with her! The Miami rapper had to turn all the way up recently after someone called her a “n*gger b*tch.” ___________________________________________________ According to TMZ, the incident happened at a Walmart in Cooper City, FL. Witnesses who were there say Trina accidentally bumped into another woman in an aisle and the lady told her, "Watch out, you n****r b*tch." That’s when Trina completely lost it. ___________________________________________________ In the video, you can hear Trina say, “say it again you dirty-ass b*tch! I am an n****r b*tch. Say it again! I dare you to say it!" Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that cops didn't make a police report because Trina decided against it. However, officers did escort her out of the store to her car for safety measures. ___________________________________________________ Read more at thehollywoodunlocked.com, link in bio! 📸: @tmz_tv

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TMZ caught up with Trina who said she did not bump into the woman, she said she noticed the woman crying (in Walmart) and simply tried to comfort her when the woman called her a n*gger b*tch.

Smh either way she’s lucky she didn’t catch a beat down.

The Bromont Project Filmmaking Program Helps Former Inmates Pursue Careers in Entertainment

KTLA– As the nation has embraced many conversations about prison reform, Mylrell Miner, a formerly incarcerated individual, is working towards changing the narrative of the systems-impacted community with his Los Angeles-based organization called the Bromont Program.

“Every community is represented through media but not every community has a voice in that representation,” says Miner.

As a young person, Mylrell has cycled in-and-out of juvenile hall since the age of 11, culminating with an eight-year prison sentence served in his 20s. It was during his incarceration that he discovered a passion for writing, realizing just how healing and life-changing it could be. Continue reading →

Hollywood Actor Wesley Snipes Thinks “New Jack City” Should Not Be Remade

Source Magazine– For all the New Jack City fans who were upset at the news of a reboot of the classic tale of Nino Brown and his drug empire, you are not alone. The man who portrayed Brown, Wesley Snipes, spoke on the news and wishes that it would be left alone.

“I’m not associated with it,” Snipes said to Shadow and Act. “I’ve got nothing to do with it at all. I think some things should be left alone.”

What’s your thoughts on classic movie remakes?

Funeral Services for Jamaican Actor Louie Rankin

The funeral service for Jamaican actor Louie Rankin – famous for his role as ‘Teddy Bruk Shut’ in the cult movie classic ”Shottas’ – will be held at the Praise Cathedral Worship Centre in Ontario, Canada on October 26, 2019.

The service will begin with an open casket session between 9am to 10am and will be held between 10am to 11.30 am.

The church is located at 6785 Millcreek Drive; Mississauga, Ontario.

There will be a reception after the service at Claireport Banquet Hall.

The actor is survived by one-year-old twin daughters and a three-year-old daughter.

Source: Loop Jamaica