Trick Trick has offered a substantial reward to anyone who can help identify the suspected attacker of an 80-year-old woman in his hometown of Detroit.
On Monday (March 27), the Goon Sqwad rapper took to Instagram to say he will not stand for crime against his fellow Detroiters. His post is in response to a Metro Detroit News Instagram post that detailed the vicious attack on the woman after her home was broken into.
Trick Trick has no qualms about letting the alleged perp know that he had a bone to pick with them, and that they should “count their days.”
“Whoever this NI66XX IS, COUNT YOUR DAYS YOU DEMON!!! WE ON YASS!!!! I GOT A BAG FOR ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CAPTURE AND HANDLING OF THIS WASTEofFLESH!!! PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER 1!!!” he wrote.
Whoever this NI66XX IS, COUNT YOUR DAYS YOU DEMON!!! WE ON YASS!!!! I GOT A BAG FOR ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CAPTURE AND HANDLING OF THIS WASTEofFLESH!!! PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER 1!!! https://t.co/WbLVee58f0
— Trick Trick (@TRICKTRICKGS) March 27, 2023
In addition to posting a video offering a $5,000 reward, Trick Trick offered to accompany the suspect to prison.
Additionally, he urged anyone with information to contact him via social media. “This suspect must be dealt with accordingly and fast,” he said.
The rapper’s threats should not be underestimated. Trick Trick has long been known as a Hip Hop gatekeeper in his hometown either through music or literally not letting in artists he feels disrespect his native city.
After J. Cole allegedly took a shot at fellow Detroit native Eminem, on the track “Fire Squad” from his classic album 2014 Forest Hills Drive, he threatened to “lock the gate” on him.
“History repeats itself and that’s just how it goes,” Cole raps. “Same way that these rappers always bite each other’s flows/ Same thing that my n—a Elvis did with rock ‘n’ roll/ Justin Timberlake, Eminem and then Macklemore.”
On Instagram, the rapper posted a picture of a Facebook status he made about the situation, questioning J. Cole’s motives. Trick commented on it saying: “He ain’t poppin ‘Shit Shit’ is he????? I will lock the gate on that n—a!” He also said Cole was building “himself an ass Whippin.”
Prior to that, it was reported that Trick Trick imposed the so-called “No Fly Zone” on Rick Ross because he felt Ross never collaborated with artists from The D. The term stems from a song Trick did featuring Royce Da 5’9″ of the same name.