A day after releasing his new album, Mastermind, rapper Rick Ross (real name William Leonard Roberts II) visited Power 105’s The Breakfast Club. In addition to pushing album number 6, the Maybach Music head addressed reports about the Atlanta club shooting (which happened after his album release party), recent jabs by 50 Cent (the rapper most recently implied that he and Diddy are homosexuals), along with why he isn’t yet married to jump the broom. Check out a few excerpts below.
I’m not gonna say that. Just performing in clubs and things like that…those type of things happen….Shot out to the DJ. Bistro. He [is] a super cool dude. I don’t wanna speculate on it. That was unfortunate. Besides that, it went well. You just wake up in the morning to the news.
If he spoke to Jeezy on his side, I really wouldn’t know. Jeezy, we ran into each other. It’s bigger than us….Because we would be in the clubs, we would be around each other and it wouldn’t be fair for our teams. It’s small talk. We didn’t lose no money.
Was he in his pimp and curly mode? We don’t have time for that. We winning. Other than that, put the wigs on. Other than that, we gon’ keep getting this money.
When I first came to Atlanta, the first place I went to was Evander Holyfield’s crib. Maybe 04. I just wanted to go there…That’s inspiration. Create some little things where we bring kids from different places…have some my homies from the Heat, give ’em some encouragement.
I don’t believe so. We just different people. All my people’s eating. We open the door to everybody that wanna win. I wanna see my homies selling more records than me….Y’all wanna crack jokes like donkeys. When I shine, my homie shine….Y’all betta check my IG. I’m passionate about this. I put in almost 15 years. When donkeys do little things…
That ain’t on my mind. My heart is on what I’m doing. What I’m building. It wouldn’t even be fair. But we can be cool.