By Ricki Says
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Due to his history of making hit records, such as “Take It To The House” and “I’m A Thug,” Trick Daddy is a fan-favorite. The Miami rapper made himself into a legend. His efforts also made Slip-N-Slide a household name.
Trick Daddy, since 2006, however, has found himself on the outside looking in on the rap game. Via DJ Khaled, he had an extended run in 2007 with “I’m So Hood,” but his movement has not been the same. In recent years, Trick Daddy has been a social media personality.
His latest video has caused a lot of controversy, however. Trick Daddy took to his video to tell Black women to step up, because White and Hispanic women were catching up to them. In the short video, he constantly referred to black women as hoes and they have taken to Twitter to ether the Miami rap legend.
Watch Trick Daddy’s video below:
Read the tweets about Trick Daddy below:
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