REVOLT IMO | Should Rick Ross have dissed Birdman on "Idols Become Rivals"?

  /  03.21.2017

Disses aren’t always warranted, but when Rick Ross took aim at Birdman on “Idols Become Rivals” from his recently released Rather You Than Me, some fans felt it was necessary for the MMG boss to get involved in the Cash Money beef.

The Breakfast Club host Angela Yee explained Ross’ reasoning for stepping in during the Rumor Report.

“I just think it’s so f–ked up,” she quotes Ross as saying in a Billboard interview. “When we come up from the mud together, it’s not supposed to be this way. Birdman is supposed to be in that f–king building making those f–king people give him money to take care of his man.”

REVOLT Nation, do you think Rick Ross is right for defending Lil Wayne on wax, or should he stay out of the Cash Money cohorts’ financial drama? Be heard and take the poll below!

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