Quick Facts of
- First NameTrick Daddy
- Net Worth$ 1 million
- CareerRapper, Actor
How Rich Is Rapper Trick Daddy?
Famous with the stage name Trick Daddy, Maurice Samuel Young, an American rapper as well as an actor, is estimated to have a net worth of $100 thousand as of 2020.
He started his career back in 1993 after being hired by Slip n Slide Records. After several years of struggle, his debut album named Based on True Story was released in 1997. Following year, he recorded the second album named www.thug.com, and his track Nann Nigga was able to make it to third place on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart.
In 2000, he signed for the Atlantic Records where he recorded Book Of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47. Following year, his album, Thugs Are Us was released and his single I’m a Thug was released on March 20, 2001, which became an instant hit and made it to a position of #17 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Next, he released his fifth album, Thug Holiday and in 2004, Thug Matrimony: Married To The Streets was put on the market. Following this, he unveiled another album, Back By Thug Demand, which saw the start of his group, Dunk Ryders.
Next, Trick Daddy also made an appearance in DJ Khaled and Pitbull’s songs.
On September 25, 2009, he released his eighth album, Finally Famous: Born a Thug Still a Thug. In 2012, he released a mixtape, Dick & Dynamite.
Trick Daddy has also tried his luck in acting. In 2009, he appeared as a drug dealer in the movie, Just Another Day. Similarly, in 2018, he appeared in Love and Hip Hop Miami.
The rapper also started his podcast in 2017 alongside co-host Supa Cindy.
The Rapper Filed For Bankruptcy For Four Times As Of 2019
Rapper, Trick Daddy has filed for bankruptcy four times (in 2015, 2016, and two times in 2019).
Firstly he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on August 31, 2015, in Florida. He had $430 thousand in assets and around $645 thousand in debt.
In 2015, the man still earned $14,500 per month from his career while having clothes and jewelry of $550.
Later, in 2019, Trick claimed that he had $0 in his accounts while owing over $800 thousand to creditors. The rapper also says that he holds $150 worth of clothes and nothing more.
According to court documents, he needs to pay $57,119 in child support, $290,000 to the IRS, $435,682 to Fannie Mae, and over $12 thousand to the homeowners association.
This is the fourth time the rapper claimed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
At the moment, Trick earns an average of $10 thousand and spends around $3 thousand. In total, in 2019, the rapper says he generated a $50 thousand income while a year before, he earned $25 thousand more. But, in 2017, he said he made ten times less than what he earned in 2018, that is, $7,500. He revealed all this while claiming for bankruptcy.
Personal Life; Gone Through Several Relationships
The 45 years old, seems to be single at present but has gone through several relationships in the past. He was married to the hairstylist, Joy Young. However, the couple decided to separate in 2014 but is yet to finalize the divorce.
Trick while he was in the 2018 season of Love & Hip Hop Miami, mentioned that Joy wasn’t happy with their relationship and left him without any valid reason.
Previously as well, he has had relationships with a lot of women and shares ten kids to date. From 1998 to 2002, he was rumoured to date American rapper Trina. Again their relationship rumored aired in 2017 after they collaborated.
In 2002, he dated Karrine Steffans which lasted for a few months only.
Before publishing his autobiography in 2009, Trick mentioned his incurable disease, Lupus. His disease hampered the regular functions of his organs, including the nervous system, kidneys, and heart.
He also mentioned that he didn’t continue medications after their side effects.
While staying with his father, he and his brother Derek started to deal with cocaine.
In 1991, when he was at the age of 15, he got arrested for drug and firearm possession and was jailed for two and a half year. Again he got arrested on the same day in an attempted-murder charge for shooting a man.
Later on, in 2003 he was arrested for threatening to kill a man after a basketball game dispute. Again, in the same year, he was arrested with cocaine and marijuana.
A year later, he was again arrested outside of his house in Florida. He was arrested after police and their drug-sniffing dogs found one gram of cocaine in his bedroom and a 9mm pistol. He also drove with a suspended license and hence, he was charged with possession of cocaine, firearm, ammunition, and a suspended license.
The man was released the next morning with a $6,100 bond.
Trick Daddy, whose real name is Maurice Samuel Young was born on September 27, 1974, in Miami, Florida at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was raised by mother, Pearl Brockington in Liberty Square apartment complex along with his ten brothers and sisters and 15 other half-siblings.
While he was in his teenage days, his father, Charles Young (who was a local pimp) would take him and his brother Derek to stay with them.