Update: Trick Daddy Continues To Share His Opinion On Beyoncé’s Vocals – She Ain’t Stephanie Mills, Patti Labelle, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey Or Adele!

Trick Daddy Claims Beyoncé Can’t Sing & Jay-Z Purchased Some Of His Hit Records: He Ain’t Ever Won The Greatest Rapper Alive

Update #2. Trick Daddy appears to be standing by his comments about Beyonce. After initially making headlines for his initial remarks about her vocals, he took to IG Live to clarify his opinion and also listed a few singers that he feels are more talented. See the clip below.

Original Story: Could Trick Daddy be igniting beef with Beyoncé and Jay-Z?

Trick Daddy was recently on Clubhouse, and he had some things to say about one of music’s most well-known power couples! While on the app, the “Nann” rapper first took aim at Beyoncé‘s musical talents–or, rather, lack thereof. Trick Daddy said:

“Beyoncé ain’t trying to get back into music and nothin’ like that. Beyoncé don’t write music, and barely can sing her motherf***ing stuff–Beyoncé can’t sing! Man, I watched my godmama train Beyoncé–give her vocal lessons all her career.”

Then, he proceeded to bring up Jay-Z, claiming he “ain’t ever won the greatest rapper alive”:

“Imma pop an opinion right now: Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to New York. That’s why they together. Jay-Z ain’t ever won the greatest rapper alive. Who ever put him on the level of that? New York lost Biggie, they needed a hero. They wanted to be the mecca of hip-hop, and they just handed it over to Jay-Z. You go back and you do the history of record deals and all that. Man, DMX was doing 10-15 million an album. Remember, Jay-Z changed his name 3-4 times.”

At this point, Trick Daddy proceeds to claim that Jay-Z purchased his hit song “Big Pimpin'” from a southern rap group–presumably UGK, as they were featured on the track. He alleged:

“The first time y’all ever heard of Jay-Z, he got a record with some n***as from down south called ‘Big Pimpin”. And they’ll tell ya’ll right now, Jay-Z’s Southern… But they ain’t gon’ tell you Jay-Z bought the motherf***ing song after the b***h got big. Ain’t nothing about that record is no east coast, New York record! Nothing about that. And at that time, what east coast n***a came and got a n***a from the south to do a record with him, man?”

Listen to his full Clubhouse rant below:

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Authored by: Nick Fenley