Ross clearly wasn't impressed by the Daystar project or the fact that it was released one day after a Kentucky jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the death of Breonna Taylor.
"Tory Lanez, poor decision brother," Ross said on his Instagram Stories. "Dropping that project... Just outta respect for Breonna Taylor, bruh, we gotta respect these sisters. That ain't how you address the accusations you facing. That was a poor choice, homie. You ain't getting no money with that shit."
Ross and Lanez previously collaborated on the song "Super Freak."
Lanez responded to Ross' video on Twitter, writing: "I respect u 2 much as a black man to disrespect you in these times,however I went out and marched 9 DAYS STRAIT for Breonna Taylor ..IN YOUR CITY ...I didn’t see the 'boss' out there once ?...also stop tagging your endorsements in post about her . It’s a poor decision @RickRoss"
Ross fired back again on his Instagram Stories.
"First off, lil boy, I appreciate how you responded swiftly to Rozay, but that's how you should've did the sister that accused you of shooting," the rapper said. "That's what you owed her family, that's what you owed all the Black women in America."
Ross also responded to Lanez's claim that he wasn't present during protests for Taylor in Miami.
"But more importantly, let's get to you protesting," Ross said. "You ain't protest in Miami, the only reason you was out there was cause the condo that you stayed in $1,500 a month and the dam protest was coming right down there, so you went down there and took a photo opp... Poor decisions is putting together an album and trying to profit off some shit that people like myself was wishing to hear you address this shit and move on. Not get a wax on or a wack album that's ain't gonna get you no money, nor no new supporters. So lil boy, boss up."