If Birdman is hoping to earn the respect of Rick Ross, he may not want to hold his breath.
Following this month’s release of Ross’ track “Idols Become Rivals,” which takes vitriolic aim at Birdman, the Miami mogul offered his thoughts on the controversial Rather You Than Me single and the Cash Money CEO.
While speaking with Atlanta’s Hot 107.9, Ross revealed that he was motivated to pen the record based on Birdman’s alleged shady dealings with his close friend, DJ Khaled. He also doted on Khaled, referring to the musician as “a good dude, a positive dude.”
“Just seeing the way not just Lil Weezy, but my closest homie [DJ Khaled] got dealt with. I just felt it wasn’t right. Khaled is a great dude…On some G talk, just fix that,” Rick Ross said.
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