According to Newsweek on Wednesday (June 22), Trick Daddy, during a Clubhouse chat this week, said that Bey can’t sing and that her husband, Jay, is not the greatest rapper alive.
“Beyoncé ain’t trying to give back to music, and Beyoncé don’t write music,” he said before adding, “Beyoncé can’t sing.”
The Miami rapper-turned-radio personality also claimed that his godmother gave her vocal lessons throughout her career. He then said, “I’mma say my unpopular opinion, Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York. That’s why they together.”
As for Hov, Trick said his success was the result of New York rap fans wanting a mega-superstar after the death of the late Notorious B.I.G.
Jay-Z ain’t never won the greatest rapper alive,” he said. “Whoever put him on the level as that? New York lost Biggie and they needed a hero, they wanted a mega of hip-hop and they just handed it over to Jay-Z.”
On Wednesday morning, Trick went on his radio show on Miami’s 99 Jams and repeated his “unpopular opinion” again about Beyonce not being able to sing and Jay not the GOAT of hip-hop.
“It’s my unpopular opinion,” he reiterated. “I said many times on the radio, they are wonderful businesspeople. Jigga made a lot of money. Did I say anything disrespectful? No. Did I call them out they name? No I didn’t.”
Trick concluded that if you have a problem with people speaking their minds then he feels sorry for those who are offended. But at this point, he’s not going to change his viewpoints about the hip-hop couple.
In response to Trick’s remarks, the Beyhive are flooding his comment section on his Instagram page with hundreds of the bumblebee emojis.
Meanwhile, fellow rapper Trina wants no smoke from the Beyhive. The rap vet jumped on her IG account and shared a video of Beyonce and Jay-Z slaying the concert stage. “ALL day, Everyday… The Queen ,” she wrote in the caption.
Trick Daddy is certainly feeling the wrath of the Beyhive.
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