Did Trina and Trick Daddy ever date?

MIAMI native Maurice Samuel Young is widely recognized in the music industry by his stage name, Trick Daddy.

Trick Daddy rose to stardom in the early 2000s with his hit singles, I'm a Thug, In da Wind, Let's Go and Bet That among others.

Did Trina and Trick Daddy ever date?

Trick Daddy and fellow rapper Trina broke out with their 1998 single Nann N***a.

The track peaked at number three on the US Hot Rap Tracks and established both Florida artists as hitmakers.

Over the years, the two would collaborate on a number of popular hits, including, Off The Chain Wit It and I Don't Need You.

According to Bossip, Trick Daddy has hinted at the fact that he and Trina hooked up several times over the years.

In a 2005 interview with the Miami New Times, Trina put the rumors to rest and said Trick Daddy was critical of her attempt to crossover with more accessible music.

Trina explained: “I don’t know if Trick knows what it means to evolve or not, but I do.

"He’s street and that’s all he’s going to ever be. I came out being street, I came out being sexy, and now I’ve moved on to still being street but also being more mature and more classy.

"You have to grow…. You have to grow to be a superstar and not just a rap artist.”

The two never confirmed if they were ever an item romantically.

What did Trick Daddy say about Beyoncé and Jay-Z?

Trick Daddy came under fire by Queen B fans after his remarks about Beyoncé and Jay-Z's careers.

"Beyoncé ain't trying to give back to music, and Beyoncé don't write music," Trick Daddy said on the Clubhouse app before adding, "Beyoncé can't sing."

“Man, I watched my godmama train Beyoncé, vocal lessons all her career,” he said.

“I’mma give an unpopular opinion right now: Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York. That’s why they together,” Trick Daddy added.

“Jay-Z ain’t never won the greatest rapper alive. Whoever put him on a level like that?”

The rapper suggested that Jay-Z is only successful because New Yorkers wanted a big hip-hop star after Biggie Smalls was murdered, adding, "New York lost Biggie and they needed a hero."

“New York lost [Biggie], they needed a hero because they wanted to be the Mecca of hip-hop. They just handed it over to Jay-Z.”

Has Trina responded to Trick Daddy's comments?

As Queen B's Bey-Hive's ripped Trick Daddy on social media, Trina officially distanced herself from the situation and her fellow Miami rapper.

"ALL day, Everyday… The Queen," wrote Trina on Instagram, as she shared a video of Beyoncé and Jay-Z performing together.

Meanwhile, on Twitter Beyoncé's BeyHive proceeded to destroy Trick for his comments.

On B fan tweeted, "Trick Daddy said Beyoncé can’t sing…… Defund Clubhouse. Immediately."

Another fan wrote: "Trick daddy. You already out here looking like the melted brownie inside of a kid cuisine dinner. Don’t speak about Beyonce."

A third fan pointed out how Beyoncé fans quickly attacked Trick's restaurant by leaving bad reviews online, "Trick Daddy said beyonce can’t sing so fans went and left bad reviews about his restaurant."

A fourth fan chimed in saying, ""Ik damn well Trick Daddy ain't talkin s*** bout Beyoncé and Jay-Z like his a** relevant still."

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