Maurice Samuel Young is an American rapper, actor, and producer, better known by his stage name Trick Daddy. On September 27, 1974, he was born in Miami’s Liberty, Florida. Trick Daddy’s father, Charles Young, was a local pimp. When they lived with his father, they started to deal crack cocaine on the streets.
Trick Daddy was arrested for drug and firearm possession at 15 years old when he got released from his previous custody. He was convicted and sent to jail on an attempted murder charge at 20 years old. After releasing from prison, Ted Lucas, owner of Slip-N-Slide Records, encourage him to focus on his rap career and stay out of the streets’ fights. Trick daddy pursued his career as a rapper and as an actor on a few occasions.
The young first track “Scarred” in Luther Luke Campbell’s 1996 album Uncle Luke became a great hit and grabbed the attention of fans and producers. He starred as a drug dealer’s as Roman in the movie Just Another Day, directed by Peter Spirer in 2010. In 2017, he began his podcast with Supa Cindy, an American radio personality. He performed in Love & Hip-Hop: Miami, the fourth part of the reality tv show Love & Hip-Hop in 2018.
Quick Facts About Trick Daddy
Full Name: Maurice Samuel Young
Age(in2021): 47 Years
Occupation: Rapper, Songwriter.
Years Active: 1996-present
Height: 5′ 9″ (1.75 m)
Weight: 97 kg; In pounds: 213 lbs.
Trick daddy Net Worth and Source of Wealth
Trick Daddy has a net worth of $2 million. He has performed in films and reality shows, but the lion’s share of his wealth is from the music industry. Young released his first debut album, “Based on a True Story,” with the support of Ted Lucas in 1997. He earned from this debut album were estimated to be around $127,000. This album also came out as a remarkable success in the streets of Miami. He kept on entertaining the hip-hop fans with one after another amazing album.
However, “Thugs are Us” is his highest-grossing album with calculated earnings of $1,000,000 and certified platinum by RIAA. With a net worth of 2 million USD, Trick Daddy’s salaries per year are $1 million. He made most of his money through album sales and performances when he was able to perform. In 2017 he began a podcast with radio host Supa Cindy, but the channel only has almost 4,100 subscribers and 20 videos.