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Trick Daddy's restaurant receives an onslaught of bad reviews from the Beyhive after the rapper says Beyoncé 'can't sing'

INSIDER logo INSIDER 6/23/2021 asjohnson@insider.com (Ashley Simone Johnson)
Trick Daddy, Beyonce posing for the camera: Trick Daddy is a Miami rapper and Beyoncé is a 28-time Grammy-winning singer. John Parra/Kevin Winter via Getty © Provided by INSIDER Trick Daddy is a Miami rapper and Beyoncé is a 28-time Grammy-winning singer. John Parra/Kevin Winter via Getty
  • Trick Daddy recently revealed that he didn't think Beyoncé could sing.
  • In response, the Beyhive flooded his Miami-based restaurant, Sunday's Eatery, with one-star reviews.
  • The onslaught of bad reviews lowered the restaurant's rating down to 2.6 at one point.
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Beyoncé's fans have come to their idol's defense following Trick Daddy's attack on her musical talent.

On Monday, 106.1 KMEL reported that an audio clip from Clubhouse had been leaked, in which the "Let's Go" rapper claimed Beyoncé couldn't sing and called her husband Jay-Z overrated.

In the audio, Trick Daddy could be heard saying, "Beyoncé don't write music and barely can sing her motherf---in' self. Beyoncé can't sang!" according to Billboard.

He then doubled down on his critiques during a segment of his Miami-based radio show, 99Jamz, on Tuesday morning.

"What I said was I don't think Beyoncé could sing and that Beyoncé is to R&B what Jay-Z is to the state of hip-hop in New York at the time that Jay-Z began considering himself as the king of hip-hop, the G.O.A.T. of rap," he explained.

"That's my unpopular opinion," he added.

Trick Daddy's comments didn't go over well with Beyoncé's fans. Members of the Beyhive left scathing one-star reviews on Google for the Miami native's soul-food restaurant, Sunday's Eatery, eventually lowering its rating to a 2.6, according to The Shade Room.

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"It was DISGUSTING I found roaches in my food the customer service was HORRIBLE I would not recommend the owner even called my grandma a big b---- NEVER GOING THERE AGAIN," one fan wrote.

Others showed their dissatisfaction with the eatery remarking, "Disgusting food. Seriously, though. The service was so bad and the food was so subpar. Definitely do not recommend this restaurant, they can't even sing."

"The food was appalling!! I've never in my life tasted such filth. The Lemonade on the other hand, was divine," another said, adding a winking emoji and a bee emoji.

However, people outside the Beyhive have been coming to Trick Daddy's defense, according to NME, which, by time of publication, brought his business back up to a 3.9 rating.

One positive review read: "Hands down best place to eat period. The beehive just mad like we don't got bug spray fyi Jay-Z and Beyoncé ain't God and Trick is entitled to his opinion and he ain't lying I agree with him."

Another one said: "More than half these bad reviews are because of an opinion he had on Beyoncé!! Don't listen to them. I live in Boward and happily drive and wait in the line for the food here. Everything i have tried is delicious and hot!"

graphical user interface, text, application: Google users have been leaving positive reviews on Trick Daddy's restaurant Sunday's Eatery. Google Reviews © Google Reviews Google users have been leaving positive reviews on Trick Daddy's restaurant Sunday's Eatery. Google Reviews

It appears Trick Daddy has continued to stand his ground. In an Instagram livestream, he compared Beyoncé to other women in the music industry in an attempt to back up his claims.

"Beyoncé is the No. 1 performer I've ever seen besides Michael Jackson and Chris Brown. Can she sing? Yeah. She can't sang. She ain't in my top," he divulged. "She ain't Patti LaBelle, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey."

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