Murda delivered on his promise of using the audio of Trick Daddy calling him a clown as the track’s intro, which he teased on Thursday (December 28), announcing that the full “Rap Up 2023” will be arriving soon.
“We on the Countdown @trickdaddydollars on the intro #RapUp2023 @greatjohnmusic on the beat by the way,” the East New York native captioned the clip.
Fans and Murda’s peers had plenty to say, with Ebro, Symba, Tony Yayo and more flooded his comment section.
Actor Michael Rainey Jr. chimed in: “Sound like trick daddy don’t like real shi!”
Watch the “Rap Up 2023” trailer featuring ominous production from Great John below.
Back in February, the “Let’s Go” rapper had some choice words for Murda while dissing his “2021 Rap Up” a year late on his I Got My Pots cooking show.
Trick accused Uncle Murda of attempting to use the tragedies in other people’s lives to force a viral moment with his annual tracks.
In what appeared to be a planned portion of the show, the “Take It To The House” rapper started out with a blanket statement about how ridiculous he found anyone who goes out of their way to create a viral moment.
“Viral is something that you do accidentally,” he started. “Anybody that tries to go viral, you are considered, to me, as a clown. You’re a joke. You’re a fool. You’re a gimmick. You’re a fraud. You catfish.”
He then addressed Uncle Murda directly, referring to him as “the No. 1 clown for the last five years” and calling him to task for trying to profit from the difficult moments in other people’s lives by including them in his year-end songs.
Upon spotting the I Got My Pots segment on social media, Uncle Murda reposted the clip of Trick Daddy’s rant to his Instagram page and proceeded to troll him in the post’s caption, adding a hashtag that almost ensures fans will hear the clip again.
“This shit got me rolling [crying laughing emojis],” he wrote. “Dammmm all that my nigga @trickdaddydollars mad at me cause I called him a coke head #RapUp2023Intro.”
It remains to be seen what Murda has planned this week as last year’s “Rap Up” arrived on New Year’s Eve and found Uncle Murda chewing over the antics of Kanye West, Gunna, Megan Thee Stallion and many more in unfiltered fashion.