The rappers weren't always on the best terms, but they reconciled around Halloween 2019 following the death of Kim's father and the death of Trina's mother shortly before. "On this very day I found out my Daddy passed away. I was so distraught and had to put on a brave face and keep working because I had a show that same night. When @trinarockstarr came into my dressing room we instantly bonded," the Brooklyn MC captioned an Instagram picture of the two at the venue. "She comforted me and it was exactly what I needed in that moment. It’s as if her Mom and my Dad brought us together and healed our friendship. We both have angels watching over us."
The Miami rhymer claims their potential Verzuz wouldn't play into their previous beef, but would feel more like a family reunion.
"It won't even feel like a competition because it's a family thing," Trina continued. "I’m probably gonna be so much more engaged in her records than anything 'cause it’ll go back to when I first heard her, so I’ll be in my vibe, like fanned out.... That’s just what I would say. That’s just my little opinion. But nobody reached out."
Sounds like Trina is just waiting on a phone call from Verzuz founders Swizz Beatz and Timbaland, who recently celebrated the musical competition series' first anniversary.
Watch Trina's interview below.