It seems that Trippie Redd is becoming better known for his feuds and his antics more so than his music these days, especially his public, long-lasting feud with Tekashi 6ix9ine, which appears to be reaching the outer limits of how ridiculous an online rap beef could possibly get.

TMZ recently caught up with Trippie leaving the Delilah restaurant in West Hollywood (if you want a measure of how well Trippie is living, an appetizer of chicken tenders there costs $24), and he spared some time to give his opinions on some of the most controversial figures in the rap world today.

The first was President of the United States, Donald Trump, who recently had a meeting cancelled on him with Meek Mill where they were supposed to discuss prison reform. Unlike Meek, Trippie doesn't seem to have any compunctions about meeting the President, though he wants to make it clear that that doesn't mean that he supports his policies. "I see him as a troll," Trippie says.

He then moves on to Lil Tay and Tekashi 6ix 9ine, two very controversial figures in their own right. Lil Tay gets a pass from Trippie, saying that he'd kick it with her but probably wouldn't make a song together. Tekashi gets called a goof ball because of his claimed Blood status, and yet he's going to the Crips for help with his beefs.

The aftermath of that conversation shows Trippie and his crew getting into a brief altercation with the security at the restaurant. While Trippie manages to drive away, the bouncer stops his entourage from leaving, allegedly due to a fight that took place inside the restaurant that they were involved in.

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