Posted by , Aug 26, 2016 at 01:32pm
Rick Ross says that if it comes to it, "Renzel gon' jump off the porch on your ass."

Rick Ross has been busy this past week, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his debut album Port of Miami. The label went all out for the anniversary, with a celebratory concert in conjunction with TIDAL as well as a series of videos reflecting on the album. The timing worked out well as the album also hit the platinum mark earlier this month.

Ricky Rozay was a guest on N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN's podcast, "Drink Champs," where the bawse spoke about Miami, losing weight and his RossFit regimen, Birdman, as well as the Meek Mill/Drake beef, which is where things get interesting.

Around the 35-minute mark, they get into the whole beef, with Rick Ross claiming that Meek Mill didn't take any Ls. "I mean just off some g shit, n*gga ain't lose to nobody. Y'all better study the game and how the game go," he says, seeming to allege that Meek is the underdog, "I always been an underdog, I love being an underdog."

When asked if he's had a conversation with Drake since everything went down, Ross says "nah," and he's not willing to have one either. However if things keep progressing, he may step in the beef.

"When I first spoke on it on the Breakfast Club I was obviously speaking in a peaceful tone, because that's my way of telling n*ggas yall n*ggas need to tighten up so n*ggas could get it right. If you assuming a n*gga respect whoever your big homies is, you wrong," Ross says, adding a warning shot, "If it's gotta go there, Renzel gon' jump off the porch on your ass."

He adds later, "A fool is quick to go to war, it take a wise man to put the plays together and keep it in a way n*ggas could keep getting money." 

Rozay continues, "If a n*gga assume or was under the assumption, anybody was good, hell nah n*gga, we don't see nothing. If that's what I was on, and I'm not saying that's the case right now, but if that's what I was on, your big homies ain't homies n*gga."

Thus it sounds like if Meek Mill and Drake's beef continues to snowball, we may see Renzel jump off the porch. Check out the full podcast below.

Rick Ross Will Jump In Meek Mill/Drake Beef If Necessary

Rick Ross says that if it comes to it, "Renzel gon' jump off the porch on your ass."


Rick Ross has been busy this past week, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his debut album Port of Miami. The label went all out for the anniversary, with a celebratory concert in conjunction with TIDAL as well as a series of videos reflecting on the album. The timing worked out well as the album also hit the platinum mark earlier this month.

Ricky Rozay was a guest on N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN's podcast, "Drink Champs," where the bawse spoke about Miami, losing weight and his RossFit regimen, Birdman, as well as the Meek Mill/Drake beef, which is where things get interesting.

Around the 35-minute mark, they get into the whole beef, with Rick Ross claiming that Meek Mill didn't take any Ls. "I mean just off some g shit, n*gga ain't lose to nobody. Y'all better study the game and how the game go," he says, seeming to allege that Meek is the underdog, "I always been an underdog, I love being an underdog."

When asked if he's had a conversation with Drake since everything went down, Ross says "nah," and he's not willing to have one either. However if things keep progressing, he may step in the beef.

"When I first spoke on it on the Breakfast Club I was obviously speaking in a peaceful tone, because that's my way of telling n*ggas yall n*ggas need to tighten up so n*ggas could get it right. If you assuming a n*gga respect whoever your big homies is, you wrong," Ross says, adding a warning shot, "If it's gotta go there, Renzel gon' jump off the porch on your ass."

He adds later, "A fool is quick to go to war, it take a wise man to put the plays together and keep it in a way n*ggas could keep getting money." 

Rozay continues, "If a n*gga assume or was under the assumption, anybody was good, hell nah n*gga, we don't see nothing. If that's what I was on, and I'm not saying that's the case right now, but if that's what I was on, your big homies ain't homies n*gga."

Thus it sounds like if Meek Mill and Drake's beef continues to snowball, we may see Renzel jump off the porch. Check out the full podcast below.

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