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September 11, 2019

L&HH Star Trina Gets Emotional at Atlanta's ONE Musicfest Days after Losing Mom Nessa to Cancer

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Trina delivers an emotional and unforgettable performance at the ONE Musicfest, which is the first public performance she's done since losing her mom to cancer. 

Katrina Taylor, known publicly as Baddest [Expletive] Tina, lost her mom on September 2 after a tough battle with breast cancer. Before her mom's passing, the singer shared just how much she loves and appreciates her mom as she is her strength, weakness, and reason for going on. 

Her "Everything"

"My entire world.. my strength, my weakness, my reason for never giving up, my peace, my joy, my EVERYTHING..."

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With so much love and admiration for her mom, the loss of her mom has been devastating for her, and these emotions were evident at the ONE Musicfest in Atlanta. While she's on the lineup for those to perform, people could have easily understood if she wasn't going to make it. 

An Emotion-filled Performance

However, Trina showed up and gave the performance of a lifetime. Fighting through her tears, she got on stage and pushed song after song amid the pain, all to give her fans what they traveled to see. 

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During her set, she shared that she does all she can for her fans because they are her "heart." 

"I do this for my fans, y'all are my heart."

Commemorating Trina's Mom

The "Love and Hip-Hop" star's mother, Vernessa Taylor, was 62 at the time of her death. She was well-loved by all those around her, and Trina mourns with all those who were a part of her mom's life. 

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In fact, after her mom's death, Trina's representatives sent in a statement that thanked her fans for all their thoughts and prayers. 

"Thank you all for your kind words and condolences regarding Trina’s mother. It truly gives the family some peace and comfort knowing that 'Nessa' lived such a fulfilling life filled with love and abundance." 

Rest In Peace, Nessa. 

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