Even though Rick Ross just dropped his mixtape Black Dollar last month, he is looking to put off another project before the year's end. During a visit to Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, he revealed that his next album, Black Market, will be released on Dec. 4th.
Despite him preparing himself to release his eighth album, Rozay is still on home confinement. The Miami native was recently sued by an unidentified woman who accused one of his acquaintances of raping her. Ross says it's an "unfortunate situation" but feels like the woman filed a lawsuit against him "just to get a check." The MMG general is also facing charges after a groundskeeper accused him of kidnapping and assaulting him. The groundskeeper, Jonathan Zamudio, was recently seen on Instagram with Ross' arch nemesis 50 Cent, who he referred to as "two losers."
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"It really isn't personal at all with me," Ross said about his beef with 50. "I just feel homie [is] a shallow, weak dude. And you gotta be shallow at this point. I would probably be in my emotions too if my first album was titled Get Rich or Die Tryin' and I filed bankruptcy."
Watch the interview below to see him speak about Meek Mill's beef with Drake, leaving Def Jam and more.