Celebrity jeweler Ben Baller has some key information on the Trick Daddy and Meek Mill feud. The hip-hop diamond designer has dished out facts on where the popular Miami Cuban link chain trend started.

A screenshot has emerged of Baller weighing in on the signature chain’s origin.

This past weekend, Trick Daddy exploded on Meek Mill for taking credit in influencing Miami culture.

“First of all, you need to know one motherf*cking thing. Miami n*ggas are not followers, not mini-mes and me toos. We trendsetters. We cocaine selling, machine gun rooting tooting shooting fool a** n*ggas. And don’t use my city or my n*ggas for character references. I will not accept it. I will get out of character. Do not f*ck with me – Ever since you lost yo girl, you been tripping,” he continued. “Ever since you lost your girl, you been tripping, n*gga! You better watch yo motherf*cking mouth. As a matter of fact, your visa has expired. Do not f*ck with me. Your visa has expired. And you owe me and my city an apology. I’ll be waiting. B*tch a** n*gga.”

#PressPlay #TrickDaddy has a message for #MeekMill 😩

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Trick’s issues apparently stem from a recent Meek interview where he talked about his Miami influence.


“When you see people rolling they skullies up, you see people with the diamond chains, everybody’s wearing Cuban Links. When you see people in Miami on the yachts now, that comes from the influence of Meek Mill.” (Hot 97)