Trick Trick Threatens To Keep J. Cole Out Of Detroit

Trick Trick has long been known as a Hip Hop gatekeeper in Detroit either through music or literally not letting in artists he feels disrespect his native city. Now, Trick may have a new artist to lay the "No Fly Zone" over.

Recently releasing his "Fire Squad" song, which takes a shot at Eminem, among other rappers, J. Cole may have gotten himself in trouble with Trick Trick. During the track, Cole raps: "History repeats itself and that's just how it goes," then follows up with, "Same way that these rappers always bite each other's flows / Same thing that my nigga Elvis did with rock 'n' roll / Justin Timberlake, Eminem and then Macklemore."

On Instagram, Marv O'Neal posted a picture of a recent Facebook status he made about the situation, questioning J. Cole's motives. Trick commented on it saying "He ain't poppin "Shit Shit" is he????? I will lock the gate on that nigga!" He also said Cole was building "himself an ass Whippin."

Earlier this year it was reported that Trick Trick imposed the so-called "No Fly Zone" on Rick Ross because he felt Ross never collaborates with artists from The D. The term stems from a song Trick did featuring Royce Da 5'9 of the same name.

View the Instagram comments made by Trick Trick below: