"I love Trina and LoLa to death, they’re like sisters to me and I really love that they did that with me."
"Hair pull, neck grab. Don’t fuck with hoes that backstab. Don’t fuck with niggas that ain’t got shit, if I fucked a nigga then that’s my dick."
"You could bounce, you know I don’t need a man. I’m sorry I met you; I could do bad by my damn self. I can’t let you disrespect me I’m a Queen."
"I used to always listen to Trina. She was considered underground, and she talked a lot of sh!t and was a nasty freaky girl. I liked that a lot. I liked Trina mostly. Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown and Missy Eliott too. But mainly I listened to Trina. She has a Florida sound, a south sound. So in the clubs it was always her music, and then too she is just real."
"I didn’t really do it for the money. I did it because I was so fascinated with myself and knew I could intimidate men with my body."
— Trina, on her brief career as a stripper. May, 2000.
"This makes us all look bad."
"I love Trina. She always pushed the bracket and embraced the sexy."
"It wasn’t like he turned into Rick Ross overnight. It was a lot of nights, a lot of hustling, a lot of mixtapes, a lot of freestyles. He would be in the studio every night, no one else there, just listening to beats, writing, writing. There was definitely no fancy rides or sit-down restaurants. This was the days of 7-Eleven, left-overs, fast food. It was almost like he was speaking money into reality. He spoke as if the non-existent was already existent."
— Trina on Rick Ross, Rolling Stone Magazine August 2012.
"Oh it wasn’t nothin’, I just spent twenty grand on this Alexander McQueen bag that I’m carrying. Got some bitches stay sharing, I done learned to stop caring, cause they’ll never ever see a bad bitch like me again."
"I’m in the studio working on a new album and I’m about to drop a mixtape. I’m excited and just working. Hopefully the new album will be ready by late fall. I can’t wait to get back on the stage."