Rapper Trick Daddy has made headlines this week after reports claim the Miami native was pulled over with a suspended license and later charged with possession of drugs and a loaded weapon in Broward County.
According to reports, Trick was pulled over Thursday (April 3) morning by the Broward County Drug Task Force and had a suspended license. The cops then requested a search warrant after Trick admitted he had drugs in his house.
“Loaded gun. Suspended driver’s license. Cocaine. Yesterday morning, Trick Daddy (government name Maurice Young) was stopped by members of the Broward County Drug Task Force while leaving his home in Miramar. According to the arrest report, the 39-year-old lupus-afflicted rapper was behind the wheel without proper certification. So police requested a search warrant, eventually finding a weapon stashed in the bedroom and narcotics on the nightstand.”(Miami New Times)
The Miami rapper reportedly admitted to police that he had drugs in his house, which caused them to get a search warrant where they found drugs and a loaded gun.
“Young said he was aware and asked if it was because of his child support payments. It was at that time that BSO deputies revealed they were there conducting drug surveillance. The Miami-born “Take It To Da House” singer initially admitted to having cocaine and “maybe marijuana roaches” inside his home and signed a consent form, but he revoked it after detectives made entry, the report said.” (Local 10)