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‘Greedy’ NYC landlord blasted for rent hike on rat-infested apartment

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This Brooklyn lady landlord is totally baggin!

With his cockroach-infested Williamsburg apartment, prone to flooding and flooded with a sea of ​​dead rats, the landlord of TikTok knockout Trina Rose has raised the already very high New York City rent to a staggering $800. I am working on

“Hello Trina, we raise the rent by $800 because it’s an apartment [is] Rose, 28, wrote in her tell-all closed captions for her trending TikTok, which has more than 148,300 views to date.

Her post is about inflation and Big Apple rent hike social media trends. However, according to a recent study conducted by Redfin, rent increases will soon “nearing the end

Despite that possibility, watching her viral video suggests that Rose’s landlord is paying her to live there.

Rose did not immediately respond to the Post’s request for comment.

Rose went viral on social media thanks to a video series that focused on her apartment, where the landlord is demanding an $800 rent increase.
@trina_roseee/Tiktok

An advocate for sex and body positivity, Rose gives her over 40,800 followers a glimpse of her gruesomeness in her gruesome clips. habitable bargain A cheeky “because it’s worth it” soundbite plays in the background.

She begins the video tour with a scene of a bathroom overflowing with inches of water. The footage then transitions to a winding row of giant, still-dead cockroaches littering her tiled floor.But the most terrible sight is the drowned horde rats scattered her house. Rose films herself scooping up pests with her hands and disposing of small threats in plastic bags.

And so, a disgusted cyber-spectator implored Rose to file a lawsuit against her “greedy bastard” at the landlord.

Rose revealed the rat and roach issues she had to deal with while renting from her Williamsburg property owner.
Rose revealed the rat and roach issues she had to deal with while renting from her Williamsburg property owner.
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“Girls, take your landlord to housing court. You’ll win,” wrote one worried commentator.

“Friends, breach of tenancy agreement. Get out of there. [please]’ urged another.

In response, Rose shared a follow-up testimony, telling Digital Disciples that after she and her roommate told the property manager, can’t afford Adding $800 to the $3,000 rent, he posted the uncomfortable crib online for $4,700 a month.

“A greedy bastard… Listed it for over $1,700 More than what me and my roommate are paying now,” barked the brunette.

Rose claims her landlord is now renting her vermin-infested apartment for nearly $5,000.
Rose claims her landlord is now renting her vermin-infested apartment for nearly $5,000.
@trina_roseee/Tiktok

“He kept the apartment [$4,700] A month,” she cried. “And is he going? Add $1,700 improvement in this place? No, there will still be cockroaches, rats pulling behind them, and a tropical storm will flood.

Rose concluded her recorded rant, which she titled “Brooklyn Rent Scam,” and was punctuated by a series of “alarm” emojis.

“If you’re looking for an apartment on Woodpoint Road in Brooklyn that says $4,700 a month, you might get scammed,” she advised.

“You are deceived.”

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