Trick Daddy Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Maurice Samuel Young, better known as Trick Daddy, is an American rapper. The trick has been a hip hop staple for many years. He is best known for his hits “I’m So Hood” and “I’m a Thug”. He recently criticised JayZ and made a big comment about singer Beyoncé, saying that she can’t sing. As of 2021, Trick Daddy’s net worth is estimated to be around $150,000.

Real Name Maurice Samuel Young
Stage Name Trick Daddy
Birth Date September 27, 1974
Age 47
Birth Place Miami, Florida, US
Profession Rapper and Songwriter
Ex-wife Joy Young
Net Worth $150 thousand

Trick Daddy Early life

Trick Daddy (real name Maurice Samuel Young) was born September 27, 1974 in Miami, Florida, USA. He was born to his parents Charles Young and Pearl Brockington. Trick was raised by his mother along with 10 siblings. He grew up with his siblings in an apartment complex on Freedom Square. Trick also lived with his father, who was a local pimp. When he became a teenager, he and his brother Derek moved in with their father.

When he started living with his father, he and his brother started selling crack cocaine on the street. At the age of 15, he was arrested for possession of drugs and firearms. Trick was again arrested for attempted murder. At the age of 20 he went to prison. Trick also lost his brother in the same year.


After his release from prison, SlipNSlide Records founder Ted Lucas advised him to focus on his rap career. Soon he was working on the track “Scarred” from Luke Campbell’s 1996 album Uncle Luke. The song became a huge hit, which helped to attract the attention of producers. Eventually Ted signed with Ted Lucas and in 1997 he released his debut album Based on a True Story.

Trick took another step towards success when he appeared on the club track Nann Nigga, which became a national hit. In 2000, he signed with a new label, Atlantic Records, and released his third album, Book of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47.

Trick released his fourth studio album on March 20, 2001. The album included the hit “I’m a Thug”, which peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. He released his sixth studio album titled “Thug Matrimony”. : Married To The Streets” in 2004, which included the hit “Let’s Go”. That same year, he made a guest appearance on What’s Happnin! On the. The song became a hit and reached number one on various charts.

The trick was also popularized by being featured on the VH1 reality show Love & Hip-Hop: Miami. He also appeared in the 2010 film One More Day in which he portrayed the character of a drug dealer.

Recently, a Beyoncé fan criticized Trick for commenting that she can’t sing. He said: “Beyoncé doesn’t write music and can hardly sing. Beyoncé can’t sing.” An audio clip commenting on the singer quickly went viral on social media. However, he later took to Instagram Live and said that Bey can sing, but not like other singers.


Trick Daddy was married to Joy Young, who appeared with him on the reality show Love & Hip Hop: Miami. His wife Joy filed for divorce after reuniting in the second season. In the third season, he got a new girlfriend, Nikki Natural. Trick suffered from lupus for a long time, which severely affected his skin.

Trick Daddy Net Worth

As of 2021, Trick Daddy has an estimated net worth of approximately $150,000. The Florida rapper has filed for bankruptcy three times. Three of his attempts to declare himself bankrupt were rejected by the court. His recent bankruptcy filing was seen as an attempt to save his home from an auction.