Miami rapper Trick Daddy lands a new cooking show on Facebook Live. He shares his southern culinary experience with mouth-watering cuisines infused on the cooking show “B!tch, I Got My Pots.”
The show will feature conversations on a wide range of topics such as music, entertainment, pop culture, social media trending issues. Trick Daddy is known for speaking his mind, so fans can anticipate more raw, uncut talk infused with delicious southern meals viewers can try at home each week. The show will also be hosted. segment curation feature titled “Top 7”, where Trick Daddy spotlights legendary labels, musicians, actors and projects. The series takes audiences through a specific culinary meal experience while exploring reviews on new releases in music, film, TV and more.
Founded by Miami hip-hop royalty, Trick Daddy Dollars, alongside Rockstarr Film Factory, “B!tch I Got My Pots” streams a live dining experience while featuring some of your artists, public figures, favorite pop culture trendsetters and influencers. The series has already attracted more than two million followers on Facebook and continues to grow with each episode. The episodes get up close and personal with the rap legend and his guests who take audiences on a journey providing delights to family and friends.
Special guests from the show will discover, assist and assist Trick Daddy in preparing a cooking broadcast that fans can share at home around the world as they watch each week. This show comes at just the right time as Trick Daddy recently opened his own southern culinary restaurant in Miami Gardens, Florida called Sunday’s Eatery Restaurant.
Episodes of “B!tch, I Got My Pots” air weekly on Facebook Live. His latest spy debuted today (March 28) with top boss Rick Ross and Trick Daddy’s delicious smothered cube steaks. Be sure to watch here.
Check out Episode 3 with CeeLo Green below as the two cook up some homemade lamb and mashed potatoes: