Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club

Posted by , Dec 3, 2015 at 09:05am

Rick Ross chops it with The Breakfast Club ahead of his new album "Black Market."


Rick Ross stirred up some controversy when he dropped a new Black Market song, "Color Money," which had some shots in store for Drake, and seemingly, Lil Wayne/Birdman too. Not shying away from the topic that's on everyone's mind, Charlamagne Tha God kicks off the interview by asking about the song and if there's a diss in there.

In Rozay's typical manner, he somehow avoids answering the question altogether by giving us blanket statements, here's a selection of them:

"That record is what it is."

"Everybody who know Rozay know how I get down."

"Let's see how it unfold."

"I don't play no games."

When it comes to the possible Lil Wayne jab, Ross calls Weezy his "homie." "I was just with Weezy in the club," Ross says, however, Birdman, not so much.

There's sure to be a lot more question-avoiding throughout this interview, check it out above.

 

Rick Ross chops it with The Breakfast Club ahead of his new album "Black Market."

Rick Ross stirred up some controversy when he dropped a new Black Market song, "Color Money," which had some shots in store for Drake, and seemingly, Lil Wayne/Birdman too. Not shying away from the topic that's on everyone's mind, Charlamagne Tha God kicks off the interview by asking about the song and if there's a diss in there.

In Rozay's typical manner, he somehow avoids answering the question altogether by giving us blanket statements, here's a selection of them:

"That record is what it is."

"Everybody who know Rozay know how I get down."

"Let's see how it unfold."

"I don't play no games."

When it comes to the possible Lil Wayne jab, Ross calls Weezy his "homie." "I was just with Weezy in the club," Ross says, however, Birdman, not so much.

There's sure to be a lot more question-avoiding throughout this interview, check it out above.

 

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