Rick Ross Takes Direct Shots At Birdman On "Idols Become Rivals"

Rick Ross Takes Direct Shots At Birdman On

Rick Ross Takes Direct Shots At Birdman On "Idols Become Rivals"

The full single is now available on iTunes/Apple Music and will appear on the MMG Bawse upcoming album Rather You Than Me.

Rick Ross isn't holding anything back on his new album Rather You Than Me, as the rapper throws in disses aimed at Nicki Minaj and Birdman.

As for Birdman, Ross takes aim at him on "Idols Become Rivals", in which he explains how the hip-hop mogul has disappointed him, regarding the way he's handled financial issues with Lil Wayne.

Rozay even came to the defense of Lil Wayne once again on IG Thursday, saying he needed to say what everyone else had been thinking, resulting in a response rom Lil Wayne..."I Need That".

Maybach Music Group's Rick Ross has more words for Cash Money boss Birdman.

On the song, Ross echoes a claim made by a growing number of artists: that Cash Money Records allegedly doesn't pay artists and producers their full royalties owed.

"I don't get caught up in hoe s-, man". He also asked to be released from his contract with the label.

Touched by Rozay's heartfelt message Wayne expressed his gratitude on Twitter. I'm-a make that work. This adds more fuel to the rumor that Minaj was the reason that ex-boyfriend Meek Mill and Drake had their ongoing beef. "Instead of beefing with your dog you just give him some distance".

Mill, who is one of the collaborators on the album, referenced it in an Instagram post last week.

The entirety of Rather You Than Me is streaming now.

UCLA teammates see two sides of freshman guard Lonzo Ball
Did Trump's Budget Chief Really Say Cutting Meals Programs Is 'Compassionate'?