- Trick Daddy and Trina are regularly equivalent.
- The two veteran rappers have worked together on various melodies throughout the long term, including 1998’s “Nann” and 2001’s “Take It To Da House.”
They likewise both featured in the VH1 arrangement Love and Hip Hop: Miami. However, regarding Trick Daddy’s new Clubhouse contention, she needs nothing to do with it.
On Tuesday (June 22), Trick spilled sound, saying Beyoncé “can’t sing” and her better half, JAY-Z, “always lost the best rapper alive,” title became a web sensation. Trina preemptively bounced on Instagram to clarify where she remains on the popular force couple.
“The entire day, Everyday,” Trina composed a close-by video film of JAY-Z and Beyoncé performing together. “The Queen.” As one individual brought up in the remark segment, “Great rebound.” But Trick Daddy isn’t so fortunate — and now has The Beyhive on his tail. Comments, for example, “Stunt Daddy ain’t had a hit since 2004, and he got the nerve to discuss Beyoncé and JAY-Z.
Man, on the off chance that you don’t sit your anonymous behind down someplace brother” and “I neglected Trick Daddy even existed yet did someone leave him in the microwave too long or whole reason ikyfl. Like sir, in 15 years nobody will grain if even recollect you at all stress over that rather than two individuals a long way more skilled and effective than you” have been consistent.
They’ve even penetrated his Instagram account with a considerable number of honey bee emoticons. Per a post from The Shade Room, Trick Daddy’s Google rating for his eatery dropped to 2.6 after Beyoncé fans flooded the survey segment. Luckily for Trina, she’s avoiding any risks and has kept away from The Beyhive’s fury — in any event until further notice.