Freeway Rick Ross: Jay Z’s Drug Dealing Past Is Fake And Rick Ross Getting Police Money

(AllHipHop News) The game has always been said to be sold and never to be told and Freeway Rick Ross is disgusted by Jay Z’s recent interview with Vanity Fair.

During an interview on The Murder Master Music Show Ross, who has had an ongoing legal dispute with Jay Z collaborator Rick Ross over copyright infringement, accused Jay Z of similarly fabricating his drug dealing past:

I was just reading on the airplane the other day in Vanity Fair with Jay-Z in it talking about that he sold crack. I was just reading it and it was so corny. These dudes just don’t keep it 100. They was good boys and went to school and got college degrees and somebody gave them a good job and they doin’ alright. Everybody wanna be D-Boyz but they don’t have real D-Boy stories. When you read what they said it looks like a news reporter wrote it for them.

In the Vanity Fair article, Jay admits to have been a drug dealer in the past and described how it helped his present business acumen:

To be in a drug deal, you need to know what you can spend, what you need to re-up. Or if you want to start some sort of barbershop or car wash—those were the businesses back then. Things you can get in easily to get out of [that] life. At some point, you have to have an exit strategy, because your window is very small; you’re going to get locked up or you’re going to die.

“Freeway” Rick Ross did not leave the incendiary accusations simply for Jay, as he accused Maybach Music Group founder Rick Ross of receiving police funding to disseminate music to incite violence in urban communities:

I believe [rapper Rick Ross] is being financed by the police union and keeps spreading bullsh*t to the youngsters so they can keep filling up the penitentiaries because he ain’t selling no music but they keep putting him on the radio and putting out all these big expensive videos but he ain’t selling no music so somebody is shootin’ off money. I believe its the police union behind it.


  • godorig

    wow!! The sad part about that entire situation is that majority of these top
    mucic Icons that everybody live up to
    are controlled by big organizations that
    control the authorities, control the industry as well as controlling the underground drug world. In so many words if Jay Z or Rick Ross wanted to go against the grain they actually couldnt.
    Many artist worth millions are feared for their life with no one to run to who will protect them from such a big organization that has killed majority of our black, white and latino artist. What we fail to realize is that we are not organized
    strongly such as these big wigs who control our President to this very day.
    We have the right to be pissed at these artist but must remember their lives are threatned constantly. We soon forget how they set 2 Pac up with a rape case then bailed him out after they realized they couldnt murder him in prison under confinement, so what did they do? Bail him out of prison on a peal bond. He recorded many songs just like Biggie then was murdered leaving their mothers to fight for their royalties. Whitney, Left Eye,
    M.J., Alia, Jam Master J, Ol dirty bastard on down to Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix and Elvis if you ask me were all taken out of the equation by such silent organizations. Dave Chapelle explained it a little better in the past when he ran from America to hide in africa from the same organization who threatned his life when he refused to do what they requested of him. Every entertainer today knows to do what them people request or its more than likely their ass.
    We gotta organize and stop fighting each other in order to overcome these organizations who are quietly extorting many of our artist. On another note support the short stores very funny EBOOK that everybody is talking about

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