It's always a good idea to watch what you say. Even if you didn't say something online, it could easily end up on the internet and start a lot of conversation. Rapper Trick Daddy has learned that the hard way more than once. It's gotten him into some hot water a few times.
Trick Daddy recently said he likes to have his booty eaten in the bedroom.
In an August 2021 interview with Drink Champs, Trick Daddy revealed what he's interested in behind closed doors. He likes to get his booty eaten and isn't ashamed to say it. "I get ate out," he said. And when asked if he has his legs up in the air he responded, "It depends."
But this isn't the first time Trick has been open with his booty-related activities. A few years back, he sold some "Eat a Booty Gang" t-shirts and said Aug. 5, 2014, is "National Eat a Booty Day," according to Hot 97. Although he hasn't said much about it since then. But fans have had a lot to say about it on Twitter.
These comments made Trick Daddy trend on Twitter.
As usual, Twitter has taken to trolling Trick for what he's said. There are tons of memes and jokes about him all over the internet. Some are calling him gay even though he's only spoken about having sex with women.
For now, Trick hasn't responded to all of the comments online, but considering that this really isn't a secret, it's not likely that he will. If anything, this would be the best time for him to drop a mixtape. Maybe we'll hear about a new project in the coming days.
Trick Daddy also said that he doesn’t believe that Beyoncé can sing, and social media went nuts.
There’s no denying that Jay-Z and Beyoncé are the crème de la crème of the music industry. Not only has the power couple made major contributions to music, but they have also used their respective platforms to contribute toward social injustice. This power couple is in a league of their own.
Time and time again, social media has proved you can’t come for Queen Bey and make it out unscathed. But for some reason, Trick Daddy felt that he could.
In a recent Clubhouse chat, the Miami native, whose real name is Maurice Samuel Young, shared his thoughts and feelings about Beyoncé’s talent.
“Beyoncé f--k with her because she sees money,” Trick said on Clubhouse. “Beyoncé ain’t trying to give back to music or nothing. Beyoncé doesn't write music and barely can sing her motherf--king self. Beyoncé can’t sing.”
And Trick didn’t stop there. The rapper added that his opinion is supported with first-hand experience of being around the “Brown Skin Girl” songstress.
Apparently, the rapper claims that his godmother trained the star throughout her career, and he doesn't understand why people think she can sing. Whew chile!
As you would expect, social media was in uproar after his opinion went viral. The Beyhive quickly shared their criticism of Trick’s opinion. Fans posted videos of Beyoncé singing a capella as proof of her talent, while others simply dismissed his claims.
Other Beyhive members also claim that he is mentioning Beyoncé’s name to get attention. Either way, the Beyhive was not having it, and they have been dragging Trick ever since.
Trick Daddy also threw shade at Jay-Z and claims that the Brooklyn MC will "never be the greatest rapper alive."
If you ask us, Trick is on a career suicide mission. Not only did the rapper come for Beyoncé, but also threw some shade Jay-Z’s way.
In the Clubhouse chat, Trick questioned who put Jay-Z on a legendary level in the rap game.
“I’m going to give an unpopular opinion right now: Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York,” Trick said on Clubhouse. “That’s why they are together. Jay-Z ain’t never won the greatest rapper alive. Whoever put him on a level like that?”
Trick further claimed that Jay-Z changed his name several times to buy DMX's songs, who, according to Trick had outsold Jay-Z a number of times.
If you’re an avid hip-hop fan, then you likely believe that Jay-Z is one of the greats. It’s a popular opinion that has yet to be disputed with a tangible argument. And while Jay-Z is one to never speak on such trivial issues, his career, discography, and loyal fan base is proof that he holds major weight in the music game.