Trick Daddy Speaks On Rick Ross' Questionable Past, Disses Kobe Bryant & Plies "Plies Is A B*tch"

 

It's been a minute since we've heard from Trick Daddy, but he's definitely still around and has a lot to get off his chest.

 

Julia Beverly of OZONE Magazine caught up with the Miami rapper recently for a no holds barred interview that is sure to rub more than a couple of people the wrong way.

 

Check out an excerpt from the interview below.


On Rick Ross

Everybody’s doing music. They read my interview in OZONE or hear my interview on the radio and then they go from being a Trick Daddy fan to thinking they can be better than Trick. Think about someone who has a clean [criminal] record who graduated at the top of their class. They have a clean driving record and always say “yes ma’am” and “yes sir.” If he gets on a record and tells all these lies about robbing and killing and dope dealing and you fall for it, and later you find out [it was a lie], he should be punished for that. I never did music like that; that’s why my music is timeless. People don’t do that anymore in rap music, it’s all LaLaLand, so when the rainbow washes away it ain’t nothing but a sad story. Everybody’s looking crazy and dumb and all the fourteen, fifteen, sixteen year old killers are on First 48. I refuse to be the victim. I refuse to be the one on the other end of the stick and they’re saying, “Yeah, he’s locked up for killing Trick.”

 

Are you referring to a fellow Miami rapper who’s occupational background may or may not affect the credibility of his music?
I said it before and I’ll say it again. I’ve always been a fan of the man’s talents. I never really had a problem with it. I think what blew [the whole situation] out of proportion was that he had a problem admitting it. I don’t have a problem with him. We never had no beef or nothing like that. I just felt like the people who were around him at that time when [that news] came out could’ve avoided all that. You can’t have too many yes-men and mini-me’s and me-too’s around you. I think if the right people had been around him, [that situation] wouldn’t have went that far.

 

I know you and Plies had issues at one point. Was that ever squashed?
Plies is a b*tch. Me and Plies’ problem started because I walked up on Plies [in Orlando at the Roxy] talking about he didn’t want me at his show, and I was only coming to support. Ever since then he has refused to even get on the phone like a man and talk to me about it. Anytime I walk by accidentally they start running. When I shot the [DJ Khaled] “Out Here Grindin’” video shoot in New York, Plies wouldn’t come because he didn’t know I was on the record.

 

What would you want to tell Plies?
I just hope he understands he’s still a Trick Daddy fan. That “bruh bruh” sh*t, that’s some Miami sh*t. He just took it and ran with it. I know he’s still a Trick Daddy fan. Don’t let the animosity and envy that you have for the man interfere with the legacy.

 

But why would Plies would have animosity towards you in the first place?
Some n*ggas just ain’t built for this. I don’t like Kobe Bryant. I love his basketball game, but I don’t like him as a man. I don’t like the sh*t that happened with him and Shaq and what happened between him and Pau Gasol. I didn’t like [the alleged rape] situation. He went straight from high school to the league with a hundred something million dollar contract. You never see him at parties. You never see Kobe on TMZ. He doesn’t have any friends. He’s not sociable. He’s very arrogant. He thinks he’s better than a b*tch.

 

You could be the greatest player in the world but [that attitude] takes a lot away from you. But I saw him say something last week that made me understand him. They asked [Kobe] on [TV], “How do you compare yourself to Robert Parrish and Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and all the big-name basketball players?” Kobe said, “I would never put myself above them because I got everything I learned from them.” If Plies would realize that I’m the ni*ga who made him wanna get in his ugly a** ‘vert and ride to Slip N Slide Records and sign [a record deal], he shouldn’t have no hatred in his heart about me.

 

I just think Plies should just realize that it’s easier to be amongst us than on top of us. When I listen to [Plies’] music, he tries to be so ghetto and hard. Then I research and find out the n*gga graduated at the top of his class. The n*gga went to college. I would trade for that. You could be Trick Daddy, sh*t. If I could go to college and have a clean record and graduate as valedictorian, I’d trade Trick Daddy for that.


There's a lot more to the interview. Trick Daddy talks about his issues with Slip-N-Slide Records, new trends he hates in rap like skinny jeans, Nicki Minaj, Trina and more. Head over to OZONE to read the rest.

 

 

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