The baddest bitch is one step closer to being the baddest bride. That’s right! Trina is officially engaged to be married. The rapper shared the news with life coach Stormy Wellington on Thursday (Sept. 9) as the two conversed on FaceTime.
“I had a big night last night,” said Trina as she showed off her diamond engagement ring.
Trina has reportedly been dating former college basketball player and Miami rapper Raymond Taylor for over five years. The two were great friends before they went on their first date, which was set up by Trina’s cousin and “Love and Hip Hop Miami” cast mate, Joy.
In an old episode of the reality show, she referred to him as an “amazing guy” and expressed skepticism about taking things further and potentially ruining their friendship. Though the “Single Again” emcee didn’t reveal the identity of her fiancé, it is believed that Taylor is the man who popped the big question.
Trina’s engagement comes nearly two months after she hit the Verzuz stage alongside her friend and competitor, Eve. After performing hits like “Pull Over,” “Da Baddest Bitch” and “Fuck Boy,” she dropped her newest single, “Receipts.” She also talked to REVOLT about how she’s been able to remain humble after more than two decades in the rap game.
“I have good energy. I’m a down, real person. I don’t have no insecurity. I like to laugh and live,” she said. “Life is short. You don’t realize that until you start losing people, you start seeing stuff that makes you have a different focus. How long you gonna be around here, nothing’s promised. It’s life. I’m in a great spirit always, more than likely.”
Congrats to Trina and her fiancé on the engagement. Look below to see the rapper as she shared the news and showed off her diamond ring.
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