Update: GloRilla Responds To Allegations That She Didn’t Pay Her Choreographer & Scammed Others Out Of Their Money: An Individual Has Been Impersonating Members Of My Team & Deceiving People 

Gorilla, Trinica Goods

Update: GloRilla Responds To Allegations That She Didn’t Pay Her Choreographer & Scammed Others Out Of Their Money: An Individual Has Been Impersonating Members Of My Team & Deceiving People

Update (Dec. 23, 2022): GloRilla is warning her fans against scams involving someone who is claiming to be a part of her management team.

Rapper GloRilla is setting the record straight against claims that she never paid her alleged choreographer Trinica Goods and scammed others out of promotion money.

In a statement recently given to FOX13, GloRilla reportedly denied having anything to do with the unfortunate situation and claimed a scammer has been posing as a member of her team to take advantage of people. She said,

“I was made aware that an individual has been impersonating members of my team and deceiving people for money as part of a scam. I’m looking into the issue, but I’d like to encourage all my fans and supporters to be very careful with how they communicate with online strangers.”

She added,

“It’s important to do research and take the appropriate steps to prevent yourselves from being victimized by cybercriminals posing as celebrity teams.”


Original Story (Dec. 20, 2022): Instead of hiring an assistant, GloRilla should probably be looking for new management.

Recently, choreographer Trinica Goods spoke out against GloRilla’s team for failing to compensate her the $1,500 she was allegedly promised after being hired in August to teach the Memphis rapper some moves ahead of an Amazon livestream at a dance studio in Atlanta. Trinica Goods said:

“You know her little signature move that she does? She was doing it one way, I choreographed it another way and they been doing it that way in every other show.”

GoRilla, Trinica Goods

The Memphis dancer claimed she was originally excited to work with the rapper:

“I was again, really excited to work with GloRilla because she’s from Memphis, I’m from Memphis. It was an amazing chance.”

Once the work was finished, Goods alleged she asked about payment but GloRilla’s team passed her around with unclear responses. She continued:

“Okay, are we grown or are we children? Like this doesn’t make any sense at all.”

The 30-year-old was told that she would be paid when GloRilla came back to Atlanta, however, months later, she still hasn’t heard anything. She explained:

“Putting that on my resume doesn’t help pay my bills. That was five hours of my time that I could’ve been working on something else or doing something else but here it is I’m tryna go back and forth with grown men about who’s supposed to pay me.”

Goods claimed that she wasn’t the only one who had a money issue with the rapper’s team:

“Then it started to come out that everybody, all of her team, they’re just, they don’t handle money well. It’s nothing against her because I truly do not believe she knows.”

Memphis native Kimberly Renfroe decided to contact GloRilla to endorse her beauty line. Kimberly Renfroe said that she used the phone number and email from the rapper’s, born Gloria Woods, Instagram account, and she got a response. She agreed to shell out $1,200 for product endorsements by the “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” artist. Renfroe said:

“Me and my husband are full-time entrepreneurs and we never know when the next check is coming.”

Renfroe then claimed that after she digitally sent the money via Zelle she received a call from someone on GloRilla’s team saying she was supposed to send $1,500. When she asked for a refund it was denied. Renfroe took her frustration to TikTok to tell her story. The video went viral but it was ultimately flagged for abuse and pulled off of the social platform.

Following Renfroe’s TikTok story, GloRilla took to Facebook to inform fans to only contact her through certain channels and not to respond to calls from a 470 area code.

According to Goods, the 23-year-old is an amazing artist being handled by greedy management. She added:

“I was there on set with her and I’m like ‘oh my god, she’s so dope. She really is a true talent.’ But when you have greedy people behind true talent it takes away from her.”

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Authored by: Tsai-Ann Hill