Trick Trick has earned the reputation as an enforcer for his hometown city of Detroit over the years. Having reported altercations with the likes of Trick Daddy, Styles P and Yung Berg during the past several years should let all visiting rappers know why Trick Trick’s crew is called the Goon Sqwad.
Having said all that, however, the Detroit rapper is vehemently denying any involvement in Rick Ross’ tour bus being ransacked.
Last weekend, TMZ broke the news about Rozay’s tour bus being robbed of thousands in cash, jewelry and clothes during a pit stop in Detroit. Photos of the bus, in the aftermath of the robbery, show it in absolute shambles, as if US Customs and Border Patrol tore through it. Soon after the incident, Internet rumors began pointing to Trick Trick as a possible culprit, but he insists that he didn’t have anything to do with the vandalizing.
“I wasn’t gona entertain this weak shit but, if I wanted to get officer ricky, I’d get em!” Trick Trick tweeted on Monday (July 23). “Not tear up a tour bus! That’s BITCH shit! U fake ass wanabe journalist kill me printin rumors! I ain’t that kinda guy! If I want yo ass Beat its gettn beat! Fucc officer Ricky! I ain’t got no problems with dat ni–a. Since ni–as in the D succ em off so well. I just let em succ em!”
Trick Trick grabbed some national spotlight with his Eminem-assisted single, “Welcome 2 Detroit” back in 2005.—Jakinder Singh