Beyhive Claims To Have Found Trick Daddy’s Cell Phone Number, Updated Rapper’s Wikipedia To A Struggling ‘Has-Been’ From Miami

No doubt a swarm of bees had to be found outside of the home of rapper Trick Daddy yesterday. Trick Daddy’s troubles continue to roll in after he committed the millennial’s unpardonable sin: not keeping an “unpopular opinion” about Jay-Z and ESPECIALLY Beyonce to himself. The Internet has developed an insatiable appetite for devouring Trick to shreds and proven to stop at nothing in an attempt to embarrass him. Their latest move might have crossed the line, however, as it was an invasive move on his privacy.

The invite-only app, Clubhouse, debuted in March of 2020. Clubhouse guidelines reportedly include a strict policy that states that app users are prohibited from recording any conversations within their rooms in order to protect user privacy. However, it appears easy to record audio from Clubhouse rooms, as audio from quite a lot of conversations that have occurred tend to find its way to other social media platforms, causing potential blowback for the speaker.

Comedian Tiffany Haddish is an example of a celebrity that felt the ramifications of a leaked Clubhouse conversation. In a room that she happened to be in, someone made a comment referring to Haddish as the “Nicki Minaj of Comedy,” which she did not take kindly to. The star of the upcoming Florence Griffith Joyner biopic expressed that she could not be compared to the rap superstar because unlike her, “she treats everyone with respect and dignity.”

There are certain fanbases that are not to be played with, because they go extra hard for the one they stan for. Outside of the Beyhive, the Barbz are another set of fandemonium that operates relentlessly. Soon, she began to experience backlash from the Barbz who came to defend their queen.

Perhaps Trick Daddy didn’t get the memo when Tiffany Haddish went through the backlash, because his recent comments about Jay and Bey riled the Internet up. So much so, that not even his frequent collaborator and friend, Trina, took his side. Coming to Instagram, the “Baddest B***h” posted a video where she honors Beyonce and captions it, “ALL day, Everyday… The Queen.”

Also included in the video was Jay-Z walking side-by-side with his Queen on stage. Comments immediately poured in with fans laughing at the fact that Trina defended the other parties and not her friend. “Lmaooooo Trina said I don’t want no smoke,” commented a fan. Another praised her saying, “When a queen recognizes another queen.”

Trick Daddy didn’t make matters better when he went on his morning show housed on 99Jamz in Miami and tried to explain his comments, however, stood firm in what he said. “What I said was I don’t think Beyoncé could sing and that Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to the state of hip-hop in New York at the time that Jay-Z began considering himself as the king of hip-hop, the G.O.A.T. of rap, which is my opinion,” the rapper said.

Trick Daddy continued, “And opinions [are] like butth***s. Without them, you’ll be full of doo-doo. That’s my unpopular opinion. Who are you? How you feel? If you gotta walk around here worrying about how somebody else feel about how you feel, then you ain’t who you are. That’s my opinion.”

Social media users who felt like the Miami rapper did not learn his lesson upped the ante on their trolling. One user commented, “Beyoncé literally wrote survivor and that song is bigger than Trick Daddy’s entire catalogue , but she doesn’t write? Y’all gon stop mentioning Beyoncé’s name for likes and shares.” Soon his Wikipedia page was also shown to be altered as well, more than likely by a member of the Beyhive.

Amid memes that featured Trick’s mugshot and other fans that made fun of his face and conditions, some fans boasted that they found the rapper’s cell phone number as well as home address. Check out other fan reactions below.

About Jamari Williams

Jamari Williams is a seasoned journalist who works mainly in the fields of music, film and television. Jamari is a Morehouse graduate who began writing at the age of 12 and have wrote for many new media companies.

Check Also

Rapper DaBaby No Longer Canceled and Unemployed, After Finding His First Job In Nearly One Month

DaBaby hate train might have finally started slowing down. It has been a bad month …