Rick Ross comes for 50 Cent, talks Drake vs Meek Mill BEEF, staying faithful and more [VIDEO]  

BOSS MOVES…

 
The now 80 lbs lighter self-proclaimed biggest boss in the game, Rick Ross, recently gave drop on everything from being on house arrest to fighting to stay faithful to his fiancé …

 
While choppin it up with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, the 40-year-old Maybach Music Group overseer spilled his thoughts on 50 Cent, the Drake vs. Meek Mill beef, his engagement to Lira Galore, and his forthcoming album, Black Market. 

 
SO PEEP…

 
When asked about his longstanding beef with Hip-Hop honcho, 50 Cent, Rozay said, “It really isn’t personal at all with me. I just feel that Homie is a shallow weak dude. I’d probably be in my emotions as well if my album was titled “Get Rich or Die Trying” and I filed for bankruptcy. I guess his kidneys failed.”

 
BLOOOOP…. 

 
Contrary to his rap rivalry with 50, Rozay made it clear he felt the recent battle between Drake and his protege, Meek Mill, was “lightweight,” and “good for the culture.”

 
“With Meek being my little brother and Drake bring my little homie, I felt like they were two little homies in high school… who fought over a pair of [Jordans],” Rick served while describing his perception of the back and forth between the rappers. 

 
Though the Florida representative pledged his allegiance to both emcees, he was very vocal on how Meek did NOT get “bodied by a singing n****a.”

 
“Ain’t nobody get bodied. If you think that was bodied you bugging,” he said as the morning show hosts questioned him on the Philly native’s lack of comeback in the war with Drizzy. “If you think Meek Mill is through, you trippin!”

 
OOP…

IIGHT THEN…

 
On a lighter note, Rick invited the soon-to-be Mrs. Ross, Lira Galore, into the conversation when asked about their relationship and why he chose to make her his wife. 

 Rick Ross comes for 50 Cent, talks Drake vs Meek Mill BEEF, staying faithful and more [VIDEO]  

“The key to being a boss is being able to see and know what you want, and that’s what it was here,” he said as his 22-year-old fiancé stood by his side. 

 
“I’m passionate about whatever I do, from the music to my hustle as well as when I deal with women. When you see somebody that has the same passion, you gotta handle your business,” he said before admitting he didn’t get down on one knee to propose. 

 
BRUH…

 
During the rest on the interview, Rozay spilled on his potential move from Def Jam to Epic Records, issues with his baby mama–Tia Kemp, new music, and so much more…

 
CHECK IT OUT BELOW…

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