Rick Ross was the latest guest on the Rap Radar podcast, and shared his thoughts on the Meek Mill/Drake beef with hosts Elliott Wilson and Brian "B. Dot" Miller. When asked if he thought Meek wanted to discredit Drake by exposing his ghostwriter, Rozay replied that it comes down to Meek's naivete about the business.
"What I realized was, when Meek found out Drake had someone vibing with him, it really f**ked with him," the Miami rapper explained. "Myself, I’ve been in the studio, I’ve written a lot of songs for a lot of people. And I want people to be comfortable with me being able to create music with them. Meek haven’t lived that career, he hasn’t ghost written, he don’t know that. He from the battle rapping, from the streets. I respect his point of view on that."
Ricky also refused to take sides in the larger-than-life hip hop battle, saying that he respects both artists. "Meek Miller is my little brother, Drake my n***a, you know, we have history. I wont let it go any further than what it is," he said diplomatically. "We all know Drake, n***a nice, n***a great with what he do. Never discredit the little homie. Meek Mill great at what he do, where he come from and representing. We need them both, and that’s how it’s going to be."
Watch the full exchange below, and listen to Rozay's entire interview here.