"I got new rules. I'm going back to the old ass-whoopin' days," [artist id="500937"]Trick Daddy[/artist] proclaimed Wednesday (May 6). "I'm gonna start beating my kid's ass."
The Miami legend, who by "kid" meant [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist], said Ross' disrespect has gone far enough. He addressed his ongoing problems with his once-close labelmate on Angela Yee's Shade 45 satellite-radio show.
"I'd like to apologize for my kid's misbehaving in class. ... I let Ross start eating table food too fast," Trick joked. "When you don't raise your kids, they will throw their hands up at you."
T-Double-D said he supported Ross, so he was taken aback by Ross' recent comments about him on the now-infamous "Valley of Death" from Deeper Than Rap. And Trick didn't exactly show a gold-tooth smile when Ross basically admitted he didn't trust Trick's word during the recent Deeper Than Rap BET special.
"I was a big Ross fan," Trick told Yee. "If you check all my interviews, the Web, radio, I never dissed him ... I supported him." He went on to say the Bawse assassinated his character and that during a phone conversation with Rick about a month ago, Ross warned him he would be "taking shots" at him.
"I said, 'What? Taking shots? While you're taking shots, what the f--- you think I'm gonna do?' "
Trick has the lead cut on the "Next Day Air" soundtrack, "Count My Money," and he has a summer release date for his next LP, Finally Famous. A single from the LP should be coming soon. From there, Trick is planning to release an autobiography called "Magic City: Trials of a Native Son" in August.