Trick Daddy arrested for Drug possession
Miami-Dade County rapper Trick Daddy, who is famous for such hits as “Nann” and “Let’s Go”, was
arrested at his home on cocaine and gun charges. The rapper whose real name is Maurice Young, is
subject to laws which state a convicted felon such as himself cannot be in possession of a gun.
Young was arrested as Liberty City police visited his own with a “sniff warrant” which stated that police
could bring dogs outside the home to sniff with dogs. Trick was approached by police as he pulled up to
The rapper asked if it was in reference to child support payments that were also outstanding to the
officers indicated the initial cause of investigation was because the rapper was driving with a suspended
When officers showed him the warrant he then admitted to officers that he had marijuana and cocaine
inside his home and initially signed a warrant for them to search the premises. He soon rescinded that
Young was arrested after a gun was found under a pillow in the house. He was held and released after
paying a $6,100.