The boss Rick Ross has been quiet until now. today on meek mills new album championship Rick Ross appears to make reference to Tekashi 6ix9ine’s legal situation.
The Miami rapper contributed a guest verse to “What’s Free,” a track on Meek Mill’s just-released album “Championships,” in which he taunts the much younger Brooklyn artist.
At the end of his verse, Ross raps, “Screaming ‘gang gang,’ now you wanna rap / Racketeering charges caught him on a tap / Lookin’ for a bond, lawyers wanna tax / Purple hair got them f—-ts on your back.”
The first two lines appear to be a reference to Tekashi, who, along with five others, was arrested on federal racketeering charges on Nov. 18. Four days later it came out the rapper, whose lawyer has claimed he only pretended to be a gang member, had been transferred from Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center after threats on his life.
As for the last line, which features the slur, the rapper is known for his multi-colored locks, including a sizeable purple chunk.
On Friday, less than 12 hours after the album was released, Ross tweaked one of the verse’s lines in a tweet, writing, “‘Screaming gang gang, now you wanna rat’ ?”
But Tekashi might not be the only rapper who gets called out on the track. Jay Z, who is also featured on the song, seemed to take a second to blast Kanye West for his infamous meeting with Donald Trump at the White House. He has since claimed the line that many fans have perceived as a diss of Kanye isn’t, tweeting, “The line clearly meant don’t pit me against my brothers no matter what our differences are (red hat) now go pick up Meek album.”