Say what you will about Rick Ross and his larger-than-life image, but the Maybach Music honcho knows how to stir up controversy. With his nationwide tour cancelled allegedly due to threats from the notorious Gangster Disciples gang, Ricky Rozay took a time to address the situation while returning to his home base of Miami in an on-air interview with 99 Jamz Felisha Monet.
Rick Ross on the Young Jeezy confrontation:
“This is nothing personal to me. At the BET Awards it basically just boiled down to me running across Young Jeezy, he had five security guards in front of him, five police officers behind him and we crossed paths I said ‘what's up?' soon as he said ‘what's up?' I tried to choke him. His security guards hemmed me up; whoever the big black dude with the bumps on his face, he should give that dude something special for Christmas.”
The Rich Forever rapper continued to lay out what may happen next in the ongoing saga, and even threw some darts in the direction of another nemesis of his in 50 Cent.
“I'm a hands on type dude. I'm better with my hands than I am at making music,” said a confident Ross. “So it's not personal but if I see Young Jeezy again will I try to choke him? I don't know that's an option. If I see 50 Cent, is it personal? Not at all but it's an option.”
Rick Ross gave a salute to Fif, who now added the title of boxing promoter to his long list of achievements outside the recording booth. Rozay promised in the interview to hop into the fight game as well, saying that they should “beef on the boxing level too.”
This probably won't end well, nor anytime soon.
Check out Rozay speak on Jeezy below, and explain why he's feels he's good in any hood on the next page.