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Rick Ross Apologizes for Rape Lyric Again, Releases “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe” (Remix) Video

(AllHipHop News) After claiming his lyrics were “misunderstood” on a New Orleans radio show Q93.3, Maybach Music Group boss Rick Rosss took to his personal twitter account to reiterate those statements:

He also made a point apologize to his sponsors “who would never promote violence against women” and named Reebok as well as activist group Ultraviolet. Ultraviolet has publicly urged for his removal as Reebok spokesman on their official website. Curiously, Ross does not mention his Ciroc sponsorship in the personal tweet apologizing.

Hours after his apology, the Teflon Don released his latest video for his remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe”. The video title omits the word “b*tch” although the term appears on the Maybach Music Group Soundcloud link of the song.

Check out the decadent video below:

17 Responses to “Rick Ross Apologizes for Rape Lyric Again, Releases “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe” (Remix) Video”

  1. Miko Dee

    Sorry he’s going to need to do better. He said:

    “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it,”

    I’m sorry but how is promoting rape in this lyric when the lady wasn’t even aware he was having sex with her (while drugged) a “stretch” you guys? If he wants to explain how the line isn’t rape he’s had the floor to do so for awhile now. Why’s it taken so long for him to answer?

    And, “apologies for the #lyric interpreted as rape” is not an apology. Stop saying he apologized (again) when he’s never apologized for what people are saying he’s done in the first place. Basically he’s trying to apologize “for” everyone with enough sense to question these lyrics.

  2. Drew Emmerson

    Same guy who said : “Is it how my chain swings? Tired of ma face

    Tellin’ lies, getting niggas wives tied up and raped”. Youtube is v=ZJfICgOaziI

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