The Internet Is Calling BS on Rick Ross’s Apology for Sexual Comments on Female Rappers

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 28:  Singer/Songwriter Rick Ross attends the 2015 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards Show at Saban Theatre on August 28, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Earl Gibson III/WireImage)

The Internet Is Calling BS on Rick Ross’s Apology for Sexual Comments on Female Rappers

And there’s a couple of reasons why.

Published July 28, 2017

It hasn’t even been an entire 24 hours since MMG label boss Rick Ross took to Facebook for an official address concerning his exploitative remarks about female rap artists.

Just to jog your memory, Rozay pulled up on The Breakfast Club trio to talk about a few subjects, and one of them brought up why there’s a lady femcee missing from the MMG lineup. According to him, his lack of sexual control would lead him to end up in a sexual relationship with her, which he said would “f**k up the business.” And in the case the MMG roster was fortunate enough to gain a female rap talent, he’d “have to f**k a couple of times” for all the money he’d need to keep her career afloat.

Oddly enough, fans jumped to three different sides: those who swore the words never came out of his mouth, to which they were corrected after watching the actual video; those who agreed with the remarks; and those who were justifiably offended by them.

And after issuing the apology, where Ross brought up his mother, sister and daughter, those who were rubbed the wrong way are simply not buying it. 

  1. The photo this user happens to be referring to was shot prior to Rozay's appearance on the morning radio show where he made the inflammatory comments. 

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Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Earl Gibson III/WireImage)

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