Trick Daddy didn’t do any tricks in his recent viral moments.
The Miami rap veteran appeared on a recent episode of “Drink Champs” and found his name on his Twitter after detailing his infamous “Eat a Booty Gang.” And on the surface, he wants the gang to be inclusive.
Rapper Trick Daddy has become popular on Twitter after sharing some good, uh, private details about his personal life.
The 46-year-old man widened his eyes in shock at Twitter users.
The Miami rap vet appeared on a recent episode of Drink Champs, and found his name all over Twitter after he elaborated on his infamous “Eat a Booty Gang.” And by the sound of it, he wants the gang to be inclusive.
“It’s the Eat a Booty Gang, I’m building the franchise up now,” Trick shared in a longer version of the viral clip. “Now I’m getting the women to support the Eat a Booty Gang.”
After co-host N.O.R.E. asked Trick to elaborate on what he meant by women supporting the gang, Trick clarified, saying “Yeah, women eat the booty, too. Yeah, I get ate out.”
N.O.R.E. asked Trick if he keeps his legs in the air during the act, to which the rapper replied, “It depends.”Trick’s comments gave Twitter something to talk about on Monday, but they shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who has been keeping up with him.
Back in 2014, Trick Daddy put together some Eat a Booty Gang T-shirts for the real ones out there, and even declared Aug. 5, 2014 National Eat a Booty Day. It’s unclear whether this has been a yearly celebration, but it seem it just might be for Trick after his latest comments.
Trick got attention earlier this year for his comments about Jay-Z and Beyoncé, claiming Bey “can barely sing” and disparaging Hov’s impact.
Rapper Trick Daddy has always dominated Twitter, but users are surprised (to say the least) to find out why.
It all comes down to Tricker’s cameo on the Drink Champs podcast, where the 46-year-old got very personal.
In a conversation with the host of the podcast, Trick Daddy shared a clear confession, which is much more than we need to hear. It’s not about music, not about Love & Hip Hop, but about your s3x life!
“This is eating away a stolen gang, and I’m building a franchise right now,” Tricker shared in a longer version of the viral clip. “Now I ask women to support Eat a Booty Gang.”
After co-host NORE asked Tricker to explain what the women who supported the gang meant, Tricker clarified, “Yes, women eat ass too. Yes, they will eat me.”
NORE asked Trick if he kept his legs in the air during the performance, and the rapper replied, “It depends on the situation.”
Tricker’s comments gave Twitter some topics on Monday, but anyone who follows him shouldn’t be surprised.
In 2014, Trick Daddy produced some Eat a Booty Gang t-shirts for genuine products, and even announced that August 5, 2014 was National Eat a Booty Day. It’s unclear if this is an annual celebration, but after recent comments from him, it looks like it could be for Tricker.