Trick Daddy built a substantial following in the South, with the regional hits "Nann Nigga" and "Shut Up" (both featuring fellow Slip-N-Slide rapper Trina) before breaking through to achieve national prominence in 2001 with his hit singles "Take It To Da House" and "I'm A Thug." Trick Daddy has since had hit singles in "In Da Wind," "Sugar (Gimme Some)" and "Let's Go," which featured Twista & Lil Jon and production by Jim Jonsin that was highlighted by a crunked up version of the Ozzy Osbourne staple "Crazy Train." "Let's Go" is Trick Daddy's most successful hit to date, peaking at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.Rapper Trick Daddy is causing a storm on social media after he took to Instagram to rant that black women “better tighten up” because Hispanic and white women are "getting finer" than them. You're paying 0 to get your makeup done just to go to a local club." "Tighten up," he went on.Tory Lanez is the latest rapper to make it on the list.Congrats to him – he worked hard on building a successful career.The Miami-based “I’m a Thug” rapper is known for his random rants and crazy videos, but it's his views on women that's riling up the internet. "These Spanish and these white hos getting very spiffy on y’all. You hos is useless.” Fans were quick to take offensive to his comments, calling them racist and sexist.“These Spanish, these white hos, they just started getting finer than a m-----f----r,” he said looking to the camera while driving his car in a post on Tuesday. “Trick Daddy's remarks about black women are sad, hateful. Given Name: Maurice Young Nickname: Trick Daddy Dollars, T Double DAge: 44 (9/27/1973)Occupation: Music - Rapper Most Famous For: com, album "Our challenges get publicized and I see that as a gift to let people know there is no magic to this.Young was born on September 27, 1974, at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida.
I am sick and tired of fighting for my men and then see this shit.After he was released from prison, Ted Lucas, founder of Slip-N-Slide Records, urged Trick to focus on a rap career and stay out of the streets.Trick appeared on the track "Scarred" by former 2 Live Crew member Luther "Luke" Campbell, Produced by Darren "DJ Spin" Rudnick, from Luke's 1996 album Uncle Luke.While he lived with his father, they began to deal crack cocaine on the streets.At 15 years old he was arrested for drug and firearm possession.
The "Single Again" rapper said that she was unsure if her boyfriend was shot when she first saw the news report, but a friend confirmed the horrible news after calling the hospital who identified Hollywood by his distinct gold grill.