Trina infuriated Twitter after she referred to protestors as “animals” during her morning radio show with Trick Daddy on Miami’s 99 Jamz. Now, the veteran rapper is offering an apology.

“I just want to say I apologize sincerely to everybody I offended by what I said,” she began. “I spoke passionately about people destroying our community here in Miami, Florida, Dade County, Liberty City, the inner cities. I’m not trying to take away anything from anyone or anybody that was abused from the police. And I can see where that was insensitive.”

Trina continued, “Me and my Trina’s world I’m automatically speaking for black people and I’m not gonna say ‘Hey black people are animals’, I didn’t say all of my people — I’m not talking about you, not the protestors, the people trying to make change.

“Not a store, not nothing, nobody’s fancy car, I’m just speaking from where I felt, things that I saw. I would never say that or call black people animals. That’s not who I am.”

But, not everyone is buying it. Twitter immediately pounced on Trina and accused her of being insincere.

Khia, her apparent arch-nemesis, didn’t keep her thoughts quiet either. In another episode of her web tv show GAG ORDER, the “My Neck, My Back” rapper repeatedly called Trina “sour puss” and promptly dragged her as well.

“This is the case of an old, used up whore not knowing when to stop or when to shut the fuck up,” she says. “We the people versus the saddest Bassett Hound alive, you are being charged with not knowing when to stop.”

It just gets uglier from there, with Khia referring to her as a “penniless whore.”

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