By: Shirley Ju (@shirju)
(AllHipHop News) Rick Ross recently dropped off his highly-anticipated album Port of Miami 2, but that’s not stopping him from speaking his mind about the city's NFL football team.
Rozay defended Kenny Stills in his feud with Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross over his support for President Donald Trump.
Stills, who plays wide receiver for the Dolphins, criticized his boss earlier this week by stating Stephen Ross was a hypocrite for running a charity that championed equality while being a huge financial supporter for President Trump.
Stephen Ross also owns two fitness brands, SoulCycle and Equinox, which customers are boycotting over the billionaire's fundraiser for Trump, which raised $12 million over the weekend.
The Miami rapper said supporting Trump was a slap in the face, because Rozay claims Stephen Ross does not do enough for the black community.
Rozay states, "I never cared about Stephen Ross. It's been rough for me and the Dolphins for years. Stephen Ross, he ain't surprising nobody. No black young kids in the community ever got invited to their football games."
The “Gold Roses” rapper sees through any talks of equality, calling out the billionaire for not trying to build a relationship with local black youth.
However, this doesn’t stop the MMG rapper from supporting and remaining loyal to his team. He just wants nothing to do with the people running it.
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