Why would you ever come for Queen Bey when she clearly didn’t send for you? Who DOESN’T know about super heavy fanbase! Trick Daddy’s restaurant sure nuff found out. Try to publicly come for Beyonce, and see what happens, tee hee…
The Beyhive plays no games and Trick Daddy certainly was NOT exempt. And he found out real quick just how tight Beyonce’s fanbase truly is.
First Of All, Who Even Is Trick Daddy
Miami-born Maurice Samuel ‘Young, who had a five year fame run back in the 90’s. And also someone who hasn’t been recognized nor awarded for his work in over a decade, and that’s being generous honestly.
Anyway, it all started in a Clubhouse app conversation, when Trick Daddy decided to voice his opinion in a harsh way, saying “Beyonce can’t sing”, adding “Her husband, Jay-Z was overrated.”
He discredited her, because according to him, “because she see money” and claimed she “ain’t trying to give back to music or nothing”.
“Beyonce don’t write music and barely can sing her motherf_%^^%n self. Beyonce can’t sing. Man, I watched my godmama train Beyonce, vocal lessons all her career.”
Digging an even bigger coffin, he doesn’t just stop there, “I’mma give an unpopular opinion right now: Beyonce is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York. That’s why they together. Jay-Z ain’t never won the greatest rapper alive. Whoever put him on a level like that?” he said (foolishly).
Next thing you know, Sunday Eatery (Trick Daddy’s restaurant) started getting a plethora of low and extremely outlandish reviews on the experience of dining at his establishment.
The comments trolled and rolled right on in like a flood. “I’ve never in my life tasted such filth. The Lemonade, on the other hand, was divine”.
Beyonce fans continued their Queen Bey allegiance by spilling over onto Trick Daddy’s Instagram page. An overwhelmingly number of views on Yelp led the restaurant to temporarily disable users from posting further reviews.