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Rapper Trouble Allegedly Says He'd Let Girlfriend Nicole Moorman Sleep With Drake To Get A 'Feature' On His Song

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Atlanta rapper Trouble may not be as well-known in the mainstream as, say, 50 Cent or Eminem. But in the world of hip hop, he's catching a bit of fire.

Born Mariel Semonté Orr, Trouble first began rapping at the tender age of 14. In 2011, he dropped his debut mixtape December 17th, which was named one of Complex Magazine's Top 25 Mixtapes of 2011. And he's collaborated with everyone from Waka Flocka Flame to Lupe Fiasco.

In short, he's a successful man who seems to stay out of everyone's way, and just does the job of rapping. 

However, now he's making headlines because he allegedly said that he'd let his girlfriend, Nicole Moorman, sleep with Drake in order to get a feature on one of Drake's songs.

Who is Trouble's girlfriend, Nicole Moorman?

Let's look at what we know about the lovely lady. 

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He showed her off on Instagram when they first got together.

Trouble took to his Instagram stories to share information about his new woman.

On his stories, he played the romantic DeAngelo song, "Lady," alongside a picture of Nicole Moorman. Her name was deduced by some eagle-eyed Internet sleuths. 

She's a criminal defense attorney who previously defended rapper Lil Durk. 

Moorman is a criminal defense attorney based in the Atlanta area.

She is a member of the firm Arora & LaScala, and her face is prominently featured on the front page of the firm's website.

The firm, which specializes in criminal defense in addition to DUI's and drug offenses, had a very high profile client in the form of rapper Lil Durk

Trouble took to Twitter to defend his choice of mate. 

Naturally, when the Internet started gossiping about Trouble's new choice of mate, he took to his Twitter page to immediately defend Moorman.

He made clear that it wasn't a "lawyer falling in love with his client" situation, snarked on TMZ, and concluded with "it ain't nobody's business."

He also strongly implied that he and Moorman were married, calling her "his wife." You can check out his lengthy defense below. 

Previously, Trouble was in a relationship with a Love & Hip Hop star. 

This isn't the first time that Trouble's relationship has made headlines.

In August 2019, Love & Hip Hop star Alexis Skyy took to her Instagram to announce that she was in a relationship with the "Scoob Fresh" rapper.

In a since-deleted photo, the couple can be seen kissing and hugging one another. And while they seem to have gone "back and forth" with their relationship, they seem to have broken up a while ago. 

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Little is known about Moorman outside of her career. 

Moorman, for her part, has kept her private life relatively private.

Her Instagram page doesn't have any photos of her and Trouble together, but it does have more than a few photos of both her work efforts and her young son.

It's unclear who the father of her child is, however.

Moorman hasn't confirmed the rumors about her dating life. 

Through his tweets, Trouble has seemed to confirm that he's dating a lawyer, though whether it's Moorman remains subject to specific confirmation by him. However, Moorman hasn't commented in either direction about the rumors. 

Trouble recently responded to a poll about letting one's girlfriend sleep with Drake to get a feature.

Rapper Lil Duval took to Twitter on Nov. 30 to ask his followers, "Would you let Drake f*** your wife for a feature?"

After the poll made it onto the SayCheeseTV Instagram page, Trouble allegedly commented, "Why not?? They gon f*kk em for free anyway if he slide into her DM. Yall soft azz n***** don’t reply to me eitha. You’ll neva undastand ah street n**** mental #OnLord."

Moorman has yet to respond to the comment.

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.