Trinidad James is causing a stir these days, first he comes under fire after dissing New York's rap scene and their fans while performing in New York on Tuesday night. Now he's going in on The Breakfast Clubs Charlamagne Tha God and Hot 97's Petter Rosinberg.


Trinidad James isn't ready to back down from his comments about the South running Hip Hop.  His comments didn’t sit well with Brooklyn’s own Maino and that became apparent when the two got into a brief Twitter war yesterday.  Meanwhile, like Kendrick Lamars’ verse in Control, James is going to ruffle a few feathers with his new joint "L.I.A.A.R.$" (aka "Lame$ Always$ Acting Real…$ure)  Here's a look at a previous interview with Trinidad on the Breakfast Club.

The rapper premiered "L.I.A.A.R.$" with Atlanta's Streetz 94.5, and offers no apology for his viewpoint.  The song kicks off by calling out Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg. Then he takes aim at the Breakfast Clubs Charlamagne warning "Ain't no God for Charlamagne if he try me again."

Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what Charlamagne and Peter have to say about being called out.

(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Cirque du Soleil
Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Cirque du Soleil

In other news, Katherine Jackson is getting ready for another round with concert promoter AEG Live! in the battle to make peace with how her son Michael Jackson died.  Mrs. Jackson filed an appeal of the judge's  not guilty verdict in the wrongful death civil suit.

TMZ reports the Jackson family matriarch (and her legal team) are basing their wrongful death suit on the fact that AEG employed Conrad Murray.  Therefore, the company was responsible for their employee and the fact that Michael is dead.

Get more details on the suit and how much Mrs. Jackson is asking for in damages.  Press play now to hear Tha Wire.

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