Rick Ross is trying to use some reverse psychology in a new interview he did with Miami's 99 Jamz, where he is basically denying that the GD's had anything to do with him canceling the rest of his tour. We don't believe you, you need more people! Or as Ed Lover would say, "C'mon Son!"
Our boys in News gave you the exclusive on Ross canceling the rest of the tour.
Reps for Rick Ross blamed the cancellations on the “apparent lack of organization and communication on the part of the tour promoter." But if you follow the rumors, you know that illseed has been posting stories for months on the GDs trying to shake down Ross and threatening him to stay out of their cities.
But Ross will be Ross, and of course, he's denying that the GDs had anything to do with his tour cancellation, and is flabbergasted as to why anyone would think he's afraid of them. Check out his comments about it below:
“Never was it due to any threats, I’m a certified man. I’m a real boss and this is something everybody needs to understand, gangstas move in silence.”
Ross acknowledged the GDs in the interview, but followed it up with a denial of any issue between him and them.
“That’s [Chicago] the birth place of the GDs. If I go to Chicago to handle my business like I did, I have no problem going to North Carolina or South Carolina. So don’t ever get it twisted. Ricky Rozay is a boss!”
Do you believe the GDs are the real reason Ross canceled his tour, or were janky promoters to blame?
Check out the interview with 99 Jamz' Felisha Monet below: