50 Cent posted this photo on Twitter of him and Freeway Rick Ross out in Detroit.
It’s no secret that these two share a mutual disdain for the rapper “Rick Ross” who has been accused of swagger jacking the former LA kingpin’s lifestyle, likeness & name. The real Rick Ross is reportedly filing an appeal for a lawsuit he filed against the rapper for stealing his name.
Remember a few years back Rick Ross -the rapper didn’t get same welcome in Detroit when he showed up to perform a summer concert and was allegedly ran out of town by local Detroit gangster Trick Trick who waged a “no fly zone” campaign against the rapper.
There were reports that the rapper received death threats prior to his arrival and those threats were allegedly tied to Trick Trick’s ‘No Fly Zone.’
Freeway Rick Ross started his own social media campaign, #TheRealRickRossIsNotARapper in order to distance himself from the former corrections officer turned rapper.
Rick Ross the rapper still continues to perform under the ‘Rick Ross’ name, even without the OG’s approval or consent.
Big Sean is pledging to help Flint anyway he can and the Detroit rapper is putting his money where his mouth is.
According to Rap Up Big Sean has donated $10,000 to help send clean water to Flint during the toxic water crisis. The Detroit rapper and [READ MORE]
Terry Flenory, AKA Southwest T, 1/2 of the Flenory brothers currently incarcerated for running a multi million drug empire called into “The Morning Heat” show of his hometown Detroit and gave an exclusive interview from Florida prison.
Terry is the older brother and somewhat less flamboyant brother of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, with whom he headed the Black Mafia Family. According to the feds, Southwest T ran the west coast operation which distributed drugs from California to all of its other hubs in major US cities. Both brothers were sentenced to over 30 years in federal penitentiary.
Check out this new interview with Southwest T in which he gave insight about what the legacy of BMF really stood for, his opinion on the state of hip hop today, the BMF clothing line, police brutality and why Black Lives Matter.
After a busy week with the release of ‘Sweet Life’ featuring Janelle Monáe, announcing the Church In These Streets concert series and an appearance on “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore,” Jeezy is back with his latest installment of #SundayService.
This week’s sermon is a documentary of Jeezy’s “Seen It All Tour”.
Via Rudeboyy.com– It’s been a good run for Young Jeezy lately. First, he announced his new album Church In These Streets. Then, he dropped a surprise EP titled Politically Correct. Now he has announced his U.S. tour, which is slated to kick off in the middle of next month on November 12 in New […]