Trinidad James says "if you don't like me, then fight me," in response to Joe Budden's lines about him on "Control."
Trinidad James was in the crossfire of Joe Budden's response to Kendrick Lamar, "Control." The New York native said of the ATLien, "this ain’t for bandwagon fans, sit ya asses in the same spot/y’all the same niggas that made Trinidad James hot." Trinidad isn't planning on firing back at Budden, at least, not with words.
In a recent interview Trinidad was asked about Joe's lines, he said he didn't consider it a diss but he would fight his fellow rapper.
"It’s all love, I mean, I make music to answer a lot of those types of questions. I don’t consider it as a diss. I’m from the streets so a nigga talking is like a nigga talking. A nigga punching, you don’t like me, then you fight me. That’s why I make the songs to let you know, if you don’t like me, then you can fight me. I’m never going to diss you back, we gonna throw these hands back and forth. That’s all this is about," Trinidad said.
You can watch the full interview, where Trinidad also discusses his recent mixtape 10 Piece Mild, below.