Trick Daddy knows his way around a kitchen. That much is obvious when visiting the set of his new online show B!tch, I Got My Pots. The Miami rap legend is cooking up great food, real talk, and the kind of raw humor Trick Daddy Dollar$ has become known for. It's a balmy day in South Florida, and today, Trina is visiting Trick on the show. And the meal on deck is lobster fettuccini, Trick Daddy style.
Trick and Trina's banter highlights the easy chemistry they've enjoyed since forever, the kind of camaraderie that comes from over 20 years of friendship. Trina is criticizing Trick's most recent appearance on The Breakfast Club.
The series airs regularly via Facebook Live and highlights Trick (born Marcus Young) cooking some of his favorite recipes while discussing hot pop culture topics in entertainment and news.
Filmed at South Florida's RockStarr Film Factory, the show is a unique spin on cooking, with a Dirty South flair.
“The culinary industry gets a new experience of southern culture infused with mouth-watering cuisines when introduced to B!tch, I Got My Pots cooking show,” an official statement from the show explains. “Some of the topics discussed are music, entertainment, pop culture, trending social media issues, and more–raw and uncut–infused with delicious southern meals for viewers weekly. The show also hosts a segment curation feature called 'TOP 7,' where the correspondent highlights legendary labels, musicians, actors, and projects to influence engagement from the audience on the social media platform.”
"I've been working with Trick for over 20 years," Trina explains. "There's so much stuff that comes with Trick. He's such a hard worker, hilarious—delusional!
"You have to know Trick to love him and to understand who he is. He definitely doesn't mean harm. He's always trying to help everybody."