Trina found herself facing the wrath of Twitter on Tuesday (June 3) after some comments she made during her 99 Jamz Miami radio show with Trick Daddy made an awkward landing.

While speaking to Trick, who was trying to discuss the civil unrest in the country, the veteran rapper continued to interrupt him with a healthy dose of attitude.

“[They] run through, tear down our stores and burn down our stuff, breaking our stores and go and tear up Bayside Marketplace and tear up my friend’s shop that has a son to and a family to take care of, you gonna demolish her shop for something? No,” she said.

When Trick replied, “It’s nothing personal,” Trina responded, “It’s definitely personal ’cause I feel like at the end of the day … she got insurance, but she’s also been locked down for 60 days also like us and she also don’t have money like me, so I don’t approve of it. Period. ‘Cause you know what, nobody’s burning down Sundae’s, let’s be very clear. You have insurance.

As Trina continued ranting about not being able to “breathe life” back into anybody who’s been killed, including her brother, she emphatically states, “I am ready today!”

The second half of the conversation got even uglier as Trina’s emotions started to run higher.

“A life is a life. Period,” she said. “No matter how it was taken — whether it was a car accident, whether it was from the police, whether it was from the hands of another black man, a life was taken. Simple. Fired Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin has been arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.

“Third-degree murder means a homicide committed with the intent of causing bodily harm but not necessarily death. If convicted, he could get 25 years in prison or murder charge up to 10 years in prison for manslaughter and that’s supposed to justify everything? Half y’all out marching are not even caring about this man.”

At some point, she also told Trick she wasn’t scared to get pulled over because she had her license, insurance and registration ready.

Finally, Trina opened up about how she feels Miami should be handling the protests and riots, suggesting they implement an earlier curfew to keep the “animals” at bay.

“They need to make the curfew at 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. That’s how I feel,” she said. “Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets, that are running around in Miami-Dade county acting like they’ve escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5 p.m. so the streets can be nice and clean. That’s how I feel.”

Twitter promptly pounced on Trina, calling for her to be canceled. Some people insisted she was having some kind of midlife crisis, while others used jokes and memes to add levity to the situation.

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She attempted to defend herself with a since-deleted tweet that read, “The problem is with some of y’all y’all don’t wanna hear the truth. Well y’all can be mad ! Y’all should put that anger and frustration into doing something better. Instead of talking shit about people.”

Check out some of the reactions below.