DJ Envy responded to Rick Ross' recent diss during an episode of The Breakfast Club on Friday. The two have both been feuding as they host rival car shows in the coming weeks. Ross called out the radio host on his Instagram Story, earlier this week.
“Let’s be honest right. Rick Ross. You Airbnb your home!” Envy wrote in response. “The house that you sleep in! Eddie Murphy slept in your bed. They shot Coming to America and made Eddie Murphy milk your bed.” Envy later shared the remarks on Instagram, adding details about his car show in the caption.
DJ Envy's Car Show
He continued on the show: “I’m not that guy that’s going to charge somebody $500 to get in because I couldn’t sleep with myself. I’m doing it with Paper Route which is the company that Young Dolph owns you idiot! Yeah you have 200, 300 cars. Yeah you’re absolutely right [but] most of them are trash. They’re garbage. If you go through mine, they’re quality. Think about it. I haven’t said anything. You started with Drink Champs… that just tells me your ticket sales are not doing well.”
As for Ross' comments, he remarked on his IG Story: “Since we on our car show, DJ Envy, you’ll never be on my level. For one, you do car shows with rappers and my dead homies. So what you doing in Memphis, that’s for Dolph and I believe Dolph legacy should live on. But make sure every penny you make, you donate to Dolph family. You see that [pointing to a custom rug with Dolph’s face]. I been had that Dolph rug made, Ricky Rozay, so that’s what it’s about And Envy, don’t nobody build cars to come to your car show. Don’t nobody drive from out of state to come to your car show, Envy. Da Beige Rage. You see? But make sure them people got everything they need, Envy. And Memphis, y’all better hold Envy to it.”
DJ Envy Responds To Rick Ross
DJ Envy's car show in Memphis is scheduled for May 28 at 12:00 PM and will celebrate Young Dolph. Cars from 50 Cent, Key Glock, and more will be showcased. Rick Ross' car show, on the other hand, will go down on Saturday, June 3 at 11:00 AM. Despite Ross going forward with the event he's faced pressure from the city council to cancel.