An OG Gangster Disciple created a video addressing the growing turmoil between the Rick Ross and the notorious street gang.
“Rozay hasn’t expressed the full truth,” he said. “There’s no attempt for any extortion or anything. It’s just the fact that he reneged on things he stipulated he would do as far as giving back as an artist, revolutionary, a gangster, a boss or whatever he claim he was.”
It was rumored the GDs had a problem with the Maybach Music Group star’s use of the six-pointed star.
The OG, however, says this is not case.
“It isn’t just about the star,” he said. “It was about using Mr. Hoover name in records in a bogus fashion. Gave him a pass and still supported him.”
The support of street individuals, he said, caused Rick Ross’ albums to skyrocket.
“I seen some street giants come out Chicago and give back,” he said. “Flukey Stokes, this guy gave back. The Bishop Don Magic Juan was known as a notorious pimp. He had a church function on Madison Street giving away food and clothes. Bosses give back. Being rich don’t make you a boss.”
In an interview on WEDR-FM 99 JAMZ, Rick Ross told host Felisha Monet he isn’t scared of threats he is receiving from the notorious street gang Gangster Disciples.
“I’m a certified man. I’m a real boss,” Rick Ross said in a radio interview. “Gangsters move in silence. In situations like that I remember something a old school Dayton County gangster told me a long time ago. Any dude can stand in a crowd with 30, 40 dudes and everybody real, everybody trill, everybody about that life, everybody gangster, you understand. But when those choppers come out, everybody fold.”
But more importantly, he said, anybody that understand that anything about GDs… it’s all about Growth and Development.
“Anybody that knew anything about the old man Mr. Hoover… that’s why I put him in my song because I respected his scriptures… philosophies,” he said. “It’s all about support. It’s all about coming up. It’s just not about somebody… who got a personal vendetta and that’s something we’re going to address. Other than that, that’s not the case.”
“I was just in Chicago a week and a half ago,” he said. “That’s the birthplace of the GDs. And if I can go to Chicago to handle my business like I did, I have no problem going to North Carolina or South Carolina.”
Rick Ross told Monet he is “certified worldwide” and can put a “thousand gangster in any city.”
But Ross says that’s not what he’s here for.
“I’m here to make stars,” he said. I’m here to make icons. I’m here to break records. I’m here to be Grammy nominated. To me, rich is gangster, loyal is gangster, family is gangster. If that’s not gangster, I don’t want to be gangster. I’ma boss. I went from nothing to being a $50 million man.”
Ross said his recent concert wasn’t cancelled due to gang threats. He blames the cancellation of the concert on promoter Sean G.
“Sean G. wasn’t handling business,” he said. “You can’t cancel a Ricky Rozay show without Ricky Rozay permission.”
Rick Ross said he isn’t afraid to step in any city.
“If I go to Chicago, I’d go anywhere, so don’t get it twisted,” he said. “When you pull up the footage of me walking out in Chicago on the stage with the chinchilla dragging on the floor, you let me know if that’s the swagger of someone that’s in fear of their life!”
Watch the OG’s interview below
Check out footage of Rick Ross’ interview below.
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