Rick Ross has dealt with a few controversial moments in the media that he’s most certainly trying to move past. However, a journalist claims that the Maybach Music Group boss shut down their interview over the “U.O.E.N.O.” date rape lyric controversy and the rapper being dropped from Reebok.
Rocko has seen a considerable amount of success in Hip-Hop. But did you know this was despite him never having intentions on being a rapper?
Black Hippy dropped a quick video to promote the U.S. leg of the “good kid, m.A.A.d city” summer tour late last night (May 22). Around 1:18 into the visual, there was a surprise in the form of a freestyle from the TDE collective. The beat of choice was Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.,” which Kendrick Lamar was rumored to have […]
The controversial original wasn’t enough to keep rappers at bay from Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.” beat. Joell Ortiz is the latest MC to drop a quick 16 over Childish Major’s ambient production.
As you may or may not know, Rick Ross is no longer in partnership with Reebok due to his now infamous “U.O.E.N.O.” line. MMG cohort Meek Mill has been open with his slanderous thoughts on the brand, and how he feels they milked Hip-Hop culture.
With another Thursday comes a third “U.O.E.N.O.” remix as promised. This time around, fellow ATLien 2 Chainz adds a his brand of comedy and wit to Rocko‘s catchy hit. Like the two remixes that precede this, listeners can expect the same verses from the Atlanta rapper and the chanty chorus provided by Future.
Rocko, or should we say his “U.O.E.N.O.” track, has been the topic of conversation and has sparked national attention for an otherwise local star. The Atlanta native sat down with The Breakfast Club to discuss the aforementioned record, how he gets his money, how he positioned Future’s career and more.
Even a Bawse can catch feelings. Reportedly, Rick Ross is feeling “bitter and betrayed” that Reebok dumped him because of the controversy surrounding the Miami rapper’s now infamous date r@pe lyric.
Troy Ave celebrates being named a performer on the festival stage at Summer Jam 2013 with this freestyle over Rocko’s smash “U.O.E.N.O.” As per usual, Young Powder lets a few potent co-caine epithets run rampant over the melodic beat.
Looks like the blowback from Rick Ross’ controversial lyrics has come back to hit him where it really hurts, his pockets. Reebok has reportedly dropped Rozay as a spokesman.
Rick Ross may have a lot of people upset over his lyrics on Rocko’s now infamous “U.O.E.N.O.” track, but he’s also got some people in his corner. The latest rapper to come to his defense is Tyga.
As if the Rick Ross d@te rape fiasco wasn’t already controversial enough, MMG cohort Meek Mill and We The Best Music Group artist Ace Hood recently came to the Miami rapper’s defense. In separate radio interviews, both artists shared their different stances on what most would consider a pretty cut and dry lyric.
Talib Kweli isn’t one to mince words. The Brooklyn wordsmith took a bold stance Monday (April 1) to address the still-brewing controversy over Rick Ross’ questionable “U.O.E.N.O.” lyric. Although Rozay apologized last week, Kweli isn’t impressed with the effort.