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SOHH reports:

Shortly after the footage went viral, Harlem rapper Smoke DZA responded to James’ comments.

“im not from atlanta..,” he tweeted November 13.

“its easy for n*ggas to say what the want in front of f*cking nerds and d*cksuckers who enjoy that type of sh*t”

“sick of u n*ggas disrespecting my city like its not real n*ggas out here thats bout that.. LIKE ME”

“James is wilding…”

“this sh*t is disrespectful.. and i got love for every city every n*gga rocking, but that sh*t is wild to me..”

“1 n*gga use it in a bar the next thing its a flood gate of n*ggas jumping out the window.. yall gotta stay strong.. make music n get paid b” (Smoke DZA’s Twitter)

Brooklyn rapper Maino showed no mercy and went in on James.

“S/O to all the NY n*ggas who let this Rotten Teeth n*gga @TrinidadJamesGG disrespect us lastnite! #whathappened,” Maino tweeted.

“Somebody wake @TAXSTONE up tell’em this nasty mouth n*gga @TrinidadJamesGG is on the menu. #whathappened”

“after we clean this guy @trinidadjamesGG up I’m straighten a few of u NY n*ggas out for being the V*ginas that u R!”

“Heyy buddy @trinidadjamesGG I’ll be ur Huckleberry! Lol imma brush those teeth when I see u baby boy. U a street n*gga rite? Lmao” (Maino’s Twitter)

Trinidad has already jumped onto his Twitter page to respond to both rappers.

“@smokedza if you the real n*gga that I know you to be then you can hit my line and stop listening to these f*ck n*ggas in yo city. U Kno Me.”

“@mainohustlehard you a real nigga Bruh. You don’t have to say that on twitter. You better than that. u can hit my line my n*gga. That’s 100″ (Trinidad James’ Twitter)

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