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Trina’s latest single “My B*****s” raised a few eyebrows around the offices here, and apparently elsewhere as the rapper recently defended the song to Vibe Magazine.

From Vibe.com:

“My B*****s” came from one of those days where I was in the studio [with] a bunch of different friends. Some aren’t celebs so it’s regular girls that work 9 to 5. They have jobs. It’s a different life than the industry world and we were in the studio so I just starting thinking of medical assistants or somebody that’s working in a lawyer’s office and you just have a lot of independent women and to me it doesn’t matter what it is that you’re doing, but you’re doing it. I love that. That’s how the song came together. It’s just strong women who are focused, but people took the word out of context…

I just think other people need to find something to do with themselves instead of just taking everything and making it into a big issue. There’s so many more things to worry about in the world and the word bitch has been around before I was born and when I leave the earth it’s still gonna be around. It’s nothing we can do about it. I didn’t create the word. I just use it meaning that at the end of the day you’re a strong woman.

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