Trick Daddy kept it as real as the gold in his mouth during an interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club on Tuesday (Nov. 10). The Miami hitmaker spoke about sex, homosexuality and how his origins in the game differ from the rappers of today.

He first weighed in on the recent beef between actress Vivica A. Fox and 50 Cent -- she insinuated he's gay and the "In Da Club" rhymer suggested the actress ate his groceries. But, Trick says that was a low blow especially since he welcomes that kind of attention. "I'm a pleaser but I appreciate booty-eating women," the "Take It to the House" rapper revealed. However, he draws the line at women sucking his toes especially since he "didn't wear socks in prison."

But there are other things that he is even less tolerant of. "That wasn't how I grew up," says Trick after describing how boys and girls come out as gay. He was then adamant in claiming that he isn't homophobic but relayed how people would wait until the age of 30 before coming out of the closet.

Trick, who says he "always do it for the struggle," isn't feeling the rappers of today either.
"You got blond tips and skinny jeans and tight shirts. They come out rich on their record. They come out with a clique already," said the unofficial mayor of Miami. In contrast, he gives an example of one of his own rhymes where he details the come-up. "I want to buy me a Benz but I'm 50 grand short," he rhymes.

For a guy who's been in the game since the '90s with tracks like "Nann N----," he has some words of advice for artists on the rise. "Four out of five of them sound like Future. Three out of five of them look like Young Thug. You can have your own look. You can have your own identity and still be okay," Trick states.

Watch Trick Daddy express his opinion on everything from homophobia to rap beef and more above.

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