Trick Daddy has apparently run into some financial trouble over the last few months once again.

According to court documents XXL obtained today (Oct. 22), Miami rapper filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the Southern Florida Bankruptcy Court on Aug. 6. According to the docs, the rapper, born Maurice Young, owes over $807,000 to creditors.

Trick Daddy, who has starred on the first two seasons of Love & Hip Hop Miami, lists his Miramar, Fla. home as being worth $350,000, while he lists his household goods as being worth $1,500 and his clothes as being worth $150. The stock for the rapper's Trick & Rick Music Publishing is listed as being worth $5,000, and Trick Daddy says his bank account is empty.

Trick, who stood by Kodak Black after the rapper appeared to diss Lil Wayne in March,  owes $435,682 to Fannie Mae, which is the mortgage association tied to his home, another $12,000 to his homeowners' association, Silver Shores Master Association Inc, and a combined $57,119 in child support back payments. Trick owes an additional $290,000 to the IRS. On top of that, he has an additional sum of credit card debt that brings his grand total of debt to $807,176.86.

This is the fourth time Trick Daddy has filed for bankruptcy, so it's clear this isn't new territory for the rapper. The rapper filed for bankruptcy in 2015, 2016 and two times in 2019. He hasn't publicly discussed this matter as of yet. XXL has reached out to Trick Daddy for comment.

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