Rick Ross: Not Jewish But Releases "The Black Bar Mitzvah" Mixtape Today Nonetheless

(AllHipHop News) Rick Ross is making his fans happy yet again with free music via The Black Bar Mitzvah, set to be released today on DatPiff.com.

Although there will be no official Torah reading for the occasion, Ross has already released a video for the T.I.-featured single “Bury Me A G” earlier last week.

The street album’s cover shows the MMG general’s face plastered on the Star of David, the symbol of the Jewish faith.

Ross has had an eventful couple of weeks after his MMG entourage scuffled with Young Jeezy’s CTE collective during BET’s Hip-Hop Awards taping on September 29in Atlanta. Although, DJ Drama and DJ Funkmaster Flex have both offered accounts of what took place that night, both Ross and Young Jeezy have yet to make a comment of the confrontation.

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  • CanYouAllHearMe

    William will do what he always does when your like him and have a shady past you wanna please everybody and keep them on your side so he keeps his fans happy by putting out music all the time he keeps dj’s on his side by giving them all exclusives etc etc he will take some subliminal shots on here at g unit and cte give it the big talk like a studio gangster and laugh it off

  • seveneightyseven

    i’m ashamed to have the same pigment as this baboon.

  • WillVetterGoodin

    This shit is just ignorant.

  • Bayside

    Lulz just listened to the mixtape and its garbage

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    • hoeyuno

      And tomorrow I’m going to a record store just to go out of my way to not buy rick Ross cd.

  • This is Hot!
    Fake is the new cool!

    The faker, the wacker, the dumber…the better!

    This may be “HOT”, but this ‘chet is some of the trashest rap ever!

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  • TonyMon

    Ricky Rozay!! Lets Go!

  • Addie

    I am amazed. I have nothing against the Jewish faith, but gentrification in major cities have been facilitated by the Jewish community and the Jewish League controls most of entertainment and government. I can’ fathom why rappers would want to idolize the Jewish community besides the fact that they are close knit and have a great amount of money. Just seems like there is an identity issue. What does Khalid think, being Palestinian with the Israeli occupation to add. so many questions ricky rossy?!?!? Dont forget your identity!

  • animefreakhq

    What’s with the jewish concept?

  • nobodybabehhh

    they are all jews, manipulating humans all over the world, but believe me they will fall hard. grtz

  • Roymondw

    Oh my