Trick Daddy is a famous American, producer, actor, and rapper with a net worth of almost 150 thousand dollars. Moreover, he has merely released eight albums so far. On the other hand, he is famous for his ‘thug-themed’ albums.
Trick Daddy early life
Daddy was born on September 27, 1974, at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. His mom, Pearl Brockington of South Carolina, raised him and his ten siblings and sisters in the Liberty Square high rise in Liberty City. The structure where he grew up was conversationally known as “Pork-N-Beans” concerning the shade of the loft entryways.
His dad Charles Young was a nearby pimp and would take Trick and his sibling Derek “Hollywood” Harris to live with him when he was a youngster. While he lived with his dad, they started to manage rocks in the city. At 15 years of age, Young was captured for medication and gun ownership.
The day he was discharged, Young was captured on an endeavored murder accusation for shooting a man during a road battle. He was sentenced and sent to jail at 20 years of age. His sibling was killed that year. After he was discharged from jail, Ted Lucas, organizer of Slip-N-Slide Records, encouraged Young to concentrate on a rap profession and avoid the avenues.
As of 2021, Trick Daddy’s net worth is at 150 thousand dollars.
trick daddy film career
In 2009, Trick Daddy showed up in the film Just Another Day playing Roman, a street pharmacist. The film is about the crossing lives of a hopeful rapper and an old best rapper through the span of one day. In 2018 Trick Daddy began showing up in the VH1 reality arrangement Love and Hip Hop: Miami. In 2017, he began his web recording co-facilitated by Supa Cindy.
trick daddy legal issues
In 1993, Trick Daddy was sentenced for cocaine ownership, conveying a disguised weapon, and disregarding probation and served 15 months in Florida state jail. At that point in February 2003, he was captured on weapon charges following a question at a b-ball game, and again in September 2003 after police discovered cocaine and weed in his pocket. He confessed to cocaine and weapons charges and got probation.
On April 3, 2014, he was captured outside of his home in Miramar, Florida. As indicated by his capture report, he was gotten by police who were looking over his home under the doubt that he was running a developed house. When police entered his home with a warrant and medication sniffing hounds, they purportedly discovered one gram of cocaine in Trick Daddy’s room, alongside a 9mm gun and ammo in another room. Police accused Young of ownership of cocaine, ownership of a gun and ammo by an indicted criminal, and driving with a suspended permit. The next morning, he was discharged on a $6,100 bond.
On January 11, 2020, Trick Daddy was pulled over in Miami by the police since they presumed he was drinking while at the same time driving. After officials smelled liquor on his breath and he bombed a field balance test, Trick Daddy was arrested at the Hammocks District Station for driving impaired. While giving over his assets, police discovered cocaine within a dollar note. By then, he was likewise accused of cocaine ownership. His bond was set at $6,000 for the two charges.