Trick Daddy’s Miami Gardens Restaurant Review-Bombed by Beyonce Fans
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Trick Daddy’s restaurant gets negative reviews.
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Miami-born Maurice Samuel Young – known to the general public and 1990s fans as the American rapper Trick Daddy – is in the kennel. Or maybe that should be the Beyhouse.
Young, 46, became a hot topic on Twitter this week after audio leaked from a conversation on the invite-only social networking app Clubhouse. On Clubhouse, users can listen to conversations, interviews, and discussions between users on a variety of topics – such as watching a live podcast.
In the audio clip, Young can be heard saying, “Beyoncé fucks her because she sees money … Beyoncé doesn’t try to give back to the music or nothing. Beyoncé doesn’t write music and can barely sing her motherfuckin ‘herself. Beyoncé can’t sing! “
Trick Daddy who casts a huge shadow over Beyoncé and Jay-Z pic.twitter.com/rmGChWsg6d
– 𝚋𝚛𝚊𝚗 (@ b4thglow_) June 22, 2021 Beyoncé fans, collectively known as Beyhive, quickly returned the favor – by posting negative reviews of Trick Daddy’s popular Miami Gardens restaurant, Sunday’s Eatery.
Uproxx reported that a series of one-star reviews suddenly appeared on the restaurant’s Google listing – each accompanied by a “bee” emoji. The stinging reviews managed to briefly lower the restaurant’s Google rating to 2.6 on Tuesday. (The rating has since increased to 4.5 and most of the comments have been removed.)
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On Tuesday June 22nd, negative reviews flooded Eatery’s Yelp and Google accounts on Sunday in retaliation for Trick Daddy’s negative comments about the singer.
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The restaurant’s Yelp account, which holds a large number of five-star reviews, also received a number of one-star reviews outside of the state, all dated June 22nd. The reviews were not deleted, but the restaurant’s account was marked for media-related activity. (The New Times tried to call Sunday’s Eatery, but the voicemail box was full.)
Miami food blogger Starex Smith posted a message of solidarity on his Hungry Black Man Instagram page: “Trick has been attacked for saying Beyoncé can’t sing. This man hires black people and has a black woman partner whom I think of when I see how the reviews can affect tourism. Not OK. They don’t deserve that. ”
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Ironically, the thing here is that many Miami residents probably didn’t even know Trick Daddy owns and operates an office in South Florida until the Beyhive decided to go after him. Sunday’s Eatery is a popular and prestigious place where, as Trick puts it, diners “get a Sunday dinner every day of the week” – and even “Take it 2 Da House” with multiple home delivery options.
The menu reads like a compendium of family meal favorites, from fried snapper, catfish, ribs, shrimp, pork chops, chicken wings and Cornish hen. Several products can also be baked, including turkey, chicken and fish. Side dishes include standard barbecue-inspired side dishes like mac-and-cheese, kale, candied yams, peas and rice, and beans.
Restaurant on Sunday. 675 NW 207th St., Miami Gardens; 305-621-9600; sundayseatery.com.