This week, Miami rapper Trick Daddy stopped by NYC's Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club for a candid interview with the crew. True to form, Trick Daddy was honest to a fault when he touched on the subject of his past beef with No Ceilings 2 rapper Lil Wayne, placing the blame squarely on Birdman's shoulders saying, "Had he been more of a businessman," the whole incident may have been avoided all together.
Although Trick Daddy is no longer making music in the same capacity he once was, the 20-year hip-hop veteran stopped by the NYC morning show to discuss his new cooking spices line, in addition to a slew of other topics including the state of hip hop.
During the segment, Trick Daddy's past beef with Wayne from 2013 was brought in to question as well. Despite the two mending fences, Trick Daddy informs listeners that the beef originally derived from Wayne taking shots at the Miami Heat. According to him, as a Miami native, he found it in poor taste for Wayne, as a New Orleans native, to have been speaking ill about his hometown, especially being that Wayne had made the city his home. However, Trick Daddy goes on to explain that he didn't fault Wayne but more so Birdman for his role in it.
In an excerpt from the interview he speaks on Birdman, saying, "When you try and be a CEO, when you try to be a rapper, and you try and be a ladies man, and you trying to be a girlfriend, and you trying to be a Crip and a Blood," insisting that the Cash Money CEO had too many irons in the fire. He then went on to suggest that if Birdman hadn't been so distracted by trying to do other things, he may have put that focus on becoming a better businessman.
No one was exempt from Trick Daddy's quick wit. He also spoke on his disdain for Oprah not giving back to poor communities here in the states, as well as his dislike of all the same-sex love scenes in hit Fox show Empire.
Watch the full interview below. He discusses his issues with Birdman at minute 45:06.