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“Trust no bitch” is a popular catchphrase used in image macros. Usually these macros involve censoring out the eyes of a well-known movie or television villain with the words “Trust No Bitch” on the censor bar.
The term “Trust no bitch” shares its name with an Eazy-E song and may have originated from it. However, it seems that the line is derived from the phrase “Trust no bitch, fear no man”. The phrase may have possibly originated from Myspace, as it is commonly used there as well.