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As we previously reported, Trina clarified her statements regarding the current protests taking place nationally and internationally against police brutality while also issuing an apology, and now her nemesis Khia has some criticism.

“This hoe is still trying to apologize. Chile boo! This [expletive] already dead,” Khia said in a video that was shared to social media. “This is her spirit walking around hunting the people and it’s time for us to kill the spirit. Let’s talk about the order.”

“We the people don’t want to hear your apology. Gag order,” Khia continued. “We the people have pulled up your priors and you are a repeat habitual offender, so you are canceled for that reason alone.”

“Sour puss, you are being charged with being a dumb [expletive]  over talking your [expletive],” Khia went on. “Talking your [expletive] and trying to apologize for it. Barely flopping, just like your career.”

Khia accused Trina of “lying and trying to take it back.” “Having smoke with your own people but wouldn’t slap the [expletive] out of that saltine cracker that called you an n-word to your face in Walmart.”

NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 11: Hip-hop artist Trina attends BET 106 and Park on June 11, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for BET)

Khia was referring, in part, to comments that Trina made about the recent protests. “I just want to say I apologize sincerely to everybody I offended by what I said. I spoke passionately about how I felt about people destroying our community here in Miami, Florida, Dade County…I was speaking about the community,” Trina said on June 4.

“I’m not trying to take anything away from anybody who has been abused, bullied, harassed, or anything but the police. That’s never where I was coming from or any type of ill intent whatsoever. And I can see how that was insensitive.”

“So, I apologize for that also because in no form was that what I meant. So, I take full responsibility because it was a mistake. It came off wrong,” Trina continued. “I didn’t say the right thing. So, I understand why people are in attack mode or feeling that way, but I would never ever say that my people, black people, our people are animals. That’s not Trina, and if you know me you know.”

As we previously reported, last November, Trina went off on a customer in Walmart who allegedly called her the N-Word and then also a b—-, as Khia referenced in her video. The “BAPS” rapper accidentally bumped into a customer while in line at a Cooper City, Florida Walmart according to TMZ. The woman who Trina bumped into then responded by saying, “Watch out, you n—-r b—-.”

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.