Detroit rapper Trick Trick is cashing-in on the attention his name has sparked since the weekend with reports of new music set to premiere next week surfacing
According to reports, Trick has paired back up with his "Welcome 2 Detroit" collaborator Eminem for a new song.
"NEW @TRICKTRICKGS and @Eminem song comin exclusively to 955 on July 4th!! Produced by @AnttBeatz #Shady955 #DetroitLove," a tweet read from Detroit station Channel 955 on June 22. (Channel 955's Twitter)
This week, Trick's manager said his client would address rumorsabout being behind rap star Rick Ross getting bullied at a Detroit show.
Arthur Alston, Trick Trick's manager, told The News his client will address the matter in interviews "this week," releasing this statement Monday from Trick Trick. "To all those who want to know what the No Fly Zone is please go to 1:17 on this video and quote me there," Trick Trick said. (Detroit News)
According to a press release from The Right Productions and Chene Park spokesperson David Rudolph, an unnamed local rapper sparked the chaos.
"This issue didn't happen within Chene Park; it happened outside," said Rudolph, who noticed a crowd outside the venue as Ross' camp tried entering around 11 p.m. "And it's unfortunate that this was a tactic to prevent another artist performing." ... "After nearly four hours of hip-hop groups and emcees rocking the mic the audience was informed by Jay Hicks, HOT 107.5 FM's program director, that headlining artist and Miami-based rapper Rick Ross would not be performing - as a result a band of individuals led by a local rapper who prevented and threatened to harm Ross if he entered the grounds to perform at Chene Park Amphitheater." (Statement)
The "Bawse" downplayed the controversy and acknowledged his publicized absence over the weekend.
"Luv #Detroit I wiz ready to killm unite,heard it wuz a peace protest wit picket signs and locked gates haa," Ross wrote June 22. (Rick Ross' Twitter)
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