Action Bronson Responds To Trinidad James' Comments About New York
Action Bronson weighs in on the Trinidad James controversy via Twitter.
Trinidad James made headlines yesterday (November 12) when he got on stage in New York City and claimed that Atlanta runs New York Rap.
New York rapper Maino quickly responded today (November 13) with threats towards James.
Now, another New York emcee has responded.
Action Bronson took to Twitter, first making rather vague tweets without referencing the Trinidad James incident:
U shouldn't ever run ur mouth then back pedal.— #BLUECHIPS2 (@ActionBronson) November 13, 2013
Say what u mean.— #BLUECHIPS2 (@ActionBronson) November 13, 2013
I say this and this only. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.— #BLUECHIPS2 (@ActionBronson) November 13, 2013
Bronson then reference Maino, making it clear he was addressing Trinidad James:
Why would u want a problem wit Maino?— #BLUECHIPS2 (@ActionBronson) November 13, 2013
DO NOT INVOLVE ME WITH DISGRUNTLED NY RAPPER TALK IM OUT HERE GETTING IT AND IM SO COZY. Thank u in advance.— #BLUECHIPS2 (@ActionBronson) November 13, 2013
During the concert, Trinidad James said, “I remember when New York ran this shit, dog. When Dipset was fuckin turned the fuck up. Oh my God. I gotta wear my bandana on tilt like Juelz. What the fuck happened, dog? What happened? I remember when New York rap was the shit. And us in the South, us bammas, we was like ‘what the fuck’ and we just did our own thing. But now we run y’all musically. That’s crazy. That’s crazy. That’s crazy, my nigga. That’s crazy. I’m not trying to start nothing, but if you want to do something we can do something cause I don’t give a fuck. I looked up to New York music. And now every nigga that’s really poppin’ out of New York, you might as well tell they from Atlanta. ‘He from Atlanta. He from Atlanta. He from Atlanta.’ I’m just putting it out there. Y’all got more bloggers—y’all got niggas interviewing more popular than niggas that’s rapping.”
Action Bronson was, in fact, one the artists Trinidad James referenced as artists who "keep it real in NY and get no support" when he clarified his statements via Twitter.