Tory Lanez & Trina a Couple? Instagram Posts Suggests They Could Be
Tory Lanez and Trina have been spotted spending some time together and have raised the question: is this quality time or studio time between the two?
Recent Instagram posts suggests it could be a "boo thing" between the music artists, and it wouldn't their first time.
Fans of Lanez, real name Daystar Peterson, may have to do just as the title of his hit song suggest, and "Say It" -- to clear up any speculation that he and Miami rapper Trina are in fact a couple. All Hip Hop reported that two have been hanging out for some time now, since she and rapper French Montana split back in 2014.
That same year, Trina, real name Katrina Taylor, collaborated with Lanez on the single "F*ck Love" and they are currently back in the studio together working on new music, or at least that's what one can speculate from the 15-second footage shared on Trina's Instagram page on July 27.
Warning: Explicit Video Lyrics
A photo posted by katrina (@trinarockstarr) on Jul 26, 2016 at 9:32pm PDT
The date of the video was also Lanez' 24th birthday, in response to which the "Diamond Princess," as she is often referred, posted a photo of she and the "birthday boy" together; shared a video clip of her singing happy birthday to him; and also shared supportive details on his upcoming album, I Told You, set for an Aug. 19 release.
Congrats birthday boy ... Today is your day to shine ‼️‼️‼️ #Fargo #oneumbrella #Day1 @torylanez A video posted by katrina (@trinarockstarr) on Jul 27, 2016 at 5:28pm PDT
August 19th ... PRE- Order NOW ‼️‼️‼️ #IToldYou A photo posted by katrina (@trinarockstarr) on Jul 30, 2016 at 9:00am PDT
So is there more going on between these two than just music? Well, Lanez' said it plainly in his Fargo Fridays Mixtape 2016 remix of DJ Khaled's "I Got The Keys":
"My swag different, jet lag different/ I dated Trina if you wanna talk bad b*tches..."
And though there's an age gap between the two -- with Lanez being a newly turned 24 and Trina, 38 in December -- the Brownstone-sampled single "Say It" explains how he feels about that.
"So let a young n*gga get down on it..."