Meek Mill’s “Champions” album dropped Friday and one of the featured artists are already stirring the pot!
Rick Ross is featured on one of Meek’s newest tracks entitled “What’s Free” and he seems to have had some harsh words for the rainbow-haired rapper, Tekashi69. Many feel Ricky Rozay is targeting Tekashi69 because of his verse that mentions his federal racketeering charges and claims Tekashi will be sexually assaulted by his fellow inmates because of his hair color.
The boss raps “Screaming ‘gang gang’ now you wanna rap / Racketeering charges caught him on a tap.” The next line includes a homophobic slur with “Lookin’ for a bond lawyers wanna tax / Purple hair got them fa**ots on your back.”
The motive behind Ross’ diss remains unknown but fans seem to be eating it up. Check out some tweets below:
Rick Ross sending shots at 6ix9ine pic.twitter.com/4tHwiCPbNm
— childish_blacktino (@childishblaxino) November 30, 2018
Rick Ross has perfected his form of rapping
— Mel (@SuperEthereal) November 30, 2018
ladies and gents, rick ross. pic.twitter.com/fPUPdc6Htq
— tebogo. (@nottebogo) November 30, 2018
Rick Ross BODIED Tekashi 😭😭 "Screaming gang gang now you wanna rat. Racketeering charges caught 'em on the tap. Lookin for a bond, lawyer wanna tax. Purple hair got them f*ggots on ya back" pic.twitter.com/z7xms0ycAe
— . (@DDotOmen) November 30, 2018
Me after hearing what Rick Ross said about 69
— taryn (@livorleave) November 30, 2018
“Champions” is Meek’s latest release after being released from prison on bail back in April. The Philly lyricist gave his fans a four-track EP called “Legends of the Summer” in July in the hopes of holding them over. His newest full-length project is comprised of features with Fabolous, Jay-Z, Cardi B, Future, Young Thug, and Drake.
Press play below to listen to the track “What’s Free”!