Trippie Redd Seemingly Addresses His Ex, Coi Leray, On 'Trip At Knight' Track
| LAST UPDATE 08/23/2021
Trippie Redd's new album 'Trip At Knight' is filled with highlights, from mesmerizing rage beats to Juice WRLD and XXXTentacion verses. Fans are also convinced he's sending a shot at his ex, Coi Leray, with this line.
'Trip At Knight' arrived on Friday with 17 tracks, and Trippie became a trending topic as listeners applauded his consistency across "Sega Dreamcast beats." It's the 22-year-old's second major release this year following his rock album with Travis Barker, 'Neon Shark vs. Pegasus.'
Trippie gives people something to talk about on the very first song, "Molly Hearts." He raps, "I makе millions by the day, I ain't doin' no more parties!" Of course, "No More Parties" is the title of Coi Leray's breakout single. Trippie and Coi used to be in a relationship back in 2019.
Trippie even awarded Coi one of her earliest placements via their 2019 collab track, "Everything BoZ." He told HotNewHipHop, "I never really was following [Coi] for her music, I was following her just because she was dope. But her music stands out, that s**t fire as f**k. … I don’t know how to explain it, it's like we just clicked instantly."
Since splitting in 2019, Trippie has often referenced time spent with Coi in his music, using their once close bond as inspiration. Plus, he's named songs after her. The deluxe edition of 'A Love Letter To You 4' includes emotional back-to-back tracks called "Koi" and "Leray."
"When you got with me, you were a genius / Now without me, you have to live life as an idiot," he says. "I don't write songs, I write life, I told you that / And you were only f****n' with my feelings because you didn't know your own."
Coi addressed "Leray" during a No Jumper interview: "We really had something outside of the music. If you got something to say, let's get together and you can say that s*** to my face. He'll sell out [shows] with or without me, but at that point I just felt like, 'Am I for clickbait?'"
Prior to dating Coi, Trippie had another public falling out with rapper and model Ayleks aka Angvish. In 2018, she made headlines after popping up on 6ix9ine's IG Live – he and Trippie were beefing at the time – singing along to Trippie and XXX's timeless hit "F*** Love."