Rick Ross shares his thoughts on Chris Rock's Oscars monologue during a recent radio interview.
Rick Ross is in between albums since signing to Epic at the beginning of the new year, however he's still did some press during a recent stop in Washington, D.C., where he visited the radio show 93.9 Fam in the Morning.
The interview started off with discussion of Wing Stop, and the possibility of Rozay bringing the chain to the D.C. area. Ross claims to go to the fast food restaurant three times a week. As the conversation continues, they touch on money (having and not having it) as well as the Oscars. Chris Rock's opening monologue at the Academy Awards proved to be a source of controversy, where he spoke on (or poked fun at) the backlash towards this year's Oscars with the movement #OscarsSoWhite.
"Nah nah, Chris Rock he a cornball. Let's keep it real. I ain't even finna kick it with yall like that," Ross said of the comedian's hosting duties. "Chris Rock a cornball, and I'ma leave it right there, it wasn't funny, stop." He continued, "He ain't the one. I'm not a fan of his."
Watch the full interview below. What did you think of Chris Rock's opening monologue?