Rick Ross Addresses Drake & Meek Mill Beef, Fires Shots on 'Color Money'
Rick Ross is loading up his upcoming album Black Market with shots. On the track "Color Money," the MMG Bawse steps into the Meek Mill and Drake feud with some choice words that seem aimed at the 6 God.
Over the record, Rozay raps:
“Color money got your bitch out on a world tour / My lil’ homie made a million on his girl’s tour / We back to back and down to wack a n---a unborn / Miami n---a got ’em changin’ all they gun laws/ So run Forrest, got some shooters and they down, too/ I got more money then that n---a that you signed to.”
As MTV points out, the song also features a reference to Drizzy's "0-100/ The Catch Up" that's hard to hear in the edited YouTube clip.
Ross has been flooding the Internet with releases, like his recent #RenzelRemixes mixtape, where he remixes cuts from Adele, the aforementioned Drake, and his other foe, 50 Cent. In the midst of his press run, he also sat down with HOT97's Ebro in the Morning (Dec. 1) with a special message to Fif after the two exchanged words on Instagram last month. The beef heated up after Rozay involved 50 Cent's son, who applied for an internship at Maybach Music Group.
“I’ve got to state this, this situation is dead," said Ross. "It’s beneath me on a lot of levels but just because you my brother and I’ve gotta address that question, but I made that statement on IG and I meant it. It’s the truth and I’m still processing the application, and if you ever want to see Rozay, you can book me. I’ll come to your mama’s house and I’ll bring Wingstop too! For the 20th time, I don’t entertain that. Rozay isn’t somebody that you just want to see.”
Listen to the snippet of "Color Money" here.