Did Walmart Pull Rick Ross's Album Over Donald Trump Lyrics?

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Did Walmart Pull Rick Ross's Album Over Donald Trump Lyrics?

The Bawse's Black Market is allegedly out due to diss record.

Published December 19, 2015

Rick Ross is no longer welcome at Walmart — at least, his latest album isn't, reportedly.

Sources say that popular media analyst/vlogger Mark Dice is the force behind the removal of his latest, Black Market, after Dice personally took offense to the lyrics, "assassinate Trump like I'm Zimmerman."

He called it a "terrorist threat" and dialed retailers to get the LP taken off shelves.


While it's yet to be confirmed how stores themselves have addressed the issue, the album does not show up in Walmart's online album selection. It virtually disappeared from the website after Dice's threat, who took responsibility by gloating over the matter in his latest online video.

Ross has yet to comment as well. He spent Saturday hosting his eighth annual toy giveaway for Christmas in Florida.

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Written by Evelyn Diaz


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