This morning (Aug. 15), Rick Ross visited The Breakfast Club. During his interview, the MMG boss spoke about his latest offering, Port of Miami 2. In addition to that, Rozay offered a response to Nicki Minaj's "sit your fat ass down" comment.
As we previously reported, Minaj visited The Joe Budden Podcast to discuss Ross' 2017 track, "Apple of My Eye." Understandably, Minaj isn't fond of Ross' shift from speaking highly of her to dissing her on his record. Back in 2015, Minaj remained neutral when Meek and Drake were on opposite sides of the fence.
"She was in between Meek and Drake at the time," Ross said. "And what she don't know, and what she might not understand coming from a big homie like myself, playing that position, that was a very fragile role. And it would be very easy to put that responsibility on her. But that ain't what I tried to make it to."
He continued, "But most definitely when I seen it go sour, it would be easy to assume she may have had something to do with that and if somebody tells you they didn't, they're lying. But everybody moved forward. She moved forward, she doing her thing. I'm happy to see her do that. Meek doing his thing. Drizzy, they doing they thing."
To give a little more back story, Minaj argued that she was the only one in Meek's corner when everyone turned their back against him. Before wrapping up her comments, she told the "Gold Roses" spitter to sit his "fat ass down."
"When a grown-ass f--king man name-drops a woman and disses a woman to sell an album when I was the only person in your artist's corner when everyone turned their back on them? When everyone was calling them Twitter fingers and cracking up laughing at them?" Minaj stated.
Watch Rick Ross respond to Nicki Minaj's comments on The Breakfast Club below.