As reported, Rick Ross recently took advantage of an opportunity, using the Philadelphia rapper's new album, Dreamchasers 4, as a perfect segue into helping the two rappers make amends. Or so he thought.
In a new video posted on SnapChat, the MMG boss says that he had an important conversation with the Game that helped him to let go of the grudge he's holding against Meek.
“Perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game on the West Coast,” Rozay says in the clip. “We put that s**t behind us. Real n****s worldwide, n***a. Real n****s do real things. If it’s on my side, don’t even trip. On your side, that’s how real n***s do it. Let’s get a billion.”
He then goes on to promote both rappers' latest projects, solidifying he's got love and respect for them both.
While all of that is fine and well, the Game's manager, Wack 100, says that Ross is overstepping a boundary by trying to get involved and therefore was not successful in helping to end the feud.
"It's on," he writes in a comment on the video. "It's gone be on and can't no n***a that ain't from this #West or #Phili politic this BIDNESS. Stay in ya lane my n***a you still got issues down in Miami."
Game's manager then adds, "Clean up your own before you bring a mop to my circle," reminding Ross that he allegedly still has his own beef to deal with on his own turf and that he should see himself out.
Check out Rick Ross' commentary on the matter and Wack 100's response below.
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