Trick Daddy has responded to Stevie J’s previous tweets regarding the wigs that the women on Love & Hip Hop: Miami wear. “Good morning! Ladies retire those lace fronts from love n hip hop Miami! Except PM. Fire hair & make up immediately, have our beautiful sisters looking nuts out here!” Stevie tweeted on Tuesday (Mar. 3).

Trick Daddy took to Instagram to respond to the record producer’s tweets with a video. “All girl dogs get slapped down like the [expletive]  they is,” in the caption of his post.

“What type of [expletive] get on a post on social media and comment about somebody from Miami? I’mma check em’,” Trick Daddy said in the video.

“If these [expeltive] get on a post on social media and you comment about girls from Miami on Love & Hip Hop: Miami. Now it’s getting personal. That means you’re a girl dog. The next girl dog say something, I’mma slap the [expletive] out of you. You here me, boy?”

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Following Trick Daddy’s response Stevie J created an Instagram story, clarifying his previous comments on Twitter. “Good afternoon, everybody. I said what I said earlier in hopes to get the attention of the executives who’s handling the hair and makeup for our beautiful Latina and Black women and men for that matter,” Stevie said.

“My job here is done. I’m sure y’all will be looking awesome and from this point moving forward at the reunion and all that. Live a healthy lifestyle. Peace and blessings,” he concluded while making a muscle. Stevie also wrote “Thank me later,” across his Instagram story.

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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.