"Freeway" Rick Ross Wants to Fight Rick Ross for Charity

Ex-drug trafficker is willing to go to blows.

Posted: 05/24/2013 11:19 AM EDT
Freeway Rick Ross & Rick Ross

"Freeway" Rick Ross is ready to take his ongoing fight over his name to the ring. The former drug kingpin has an issue with rapper Rick Ross hijacking his name, and would be willing to throw a few blows for it so long as it's done for charity.

During an interview on the Murder Master Music Show, he continued in his attempts to slander the MMG boss for impersonating his gangster persona, and explained why he'd sign on for the bout. "I would take him ... if we do it for charity," he said. "We go in and we donate all the money to some kids. I'd be willing to do that."

Despite Ricky Rozay's weight advantage, Freeway Ricky Ross is confident that he wouldn't be much of a challenge. "Yeah, even though he's 'bout 400 pounds bigger than me. That don't mean nothing 'cause he look like he 'bout to have a heart attack anyway."

The ex-con goes on to expose the Ross, 37, for lying about a criminal past, and took shots at his sexuality, alleging an intimate relationship with Diddy. "I saw them kiss one time," he said. "Somebody showed me a video of where they kissed. They was on stage and they hugged and put their lips together. I can only imagine what they do in private. Hopefully those tapes never get out because I know they probably film it!"

Freeway has been feverish in his quest to discredit the Miami rapper, but hasn't been victorious. In 2012 a judge ordered him to shell out $500,000 to cover his rival's legal fees.



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