Rick Ross Explains Why Being Under House Arrest Isn’t All That Glamorous

FAYETTEVILLE, GA - JANUARY 28: Rick Ross attends his birthday celebration on January 28, 2016 in Fayetteville, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for The Vanity Group)

Rick Ross Explains Why Being Under House Arrest Isn’t All That Glamorous

The rapper also talks joining the Illuminati.

Published April 8, 2016

Rick Ross recently sat down with Tim Westwood, which time and time again has resulted in interesting interviews and really funny conversations.

In their latest pow-wow, topics ranged from the Illuminati, Donald Trump, the year Meek Mill has been having, and how being under house arrest is a “f***ed up” situation.

“I haven’t been keeping up with that donkey,” Ross says in the interview, not really getting into too much detail about his thoughts about Trump. “It’s time for me to build my empire regardless of who comes in power.”

His latest album, Black Market, was pulled from Walmart's shelves for his track, “Assassinate Trump Like I’m Zimmerman,” so that track pretty much does the talking for the rapper.

Ross is currently still under house arrest, with 24-hour monitoring, for his involvement in an assault that took place last year, but is still allowed to travel to perform. Despite that freedom — and not to mention living in a million dollar home — Ross opened up saying that house arrest is “a f***ed up position” to be in. 

Ross also touches on joining the Illuminati with Jay Z, taking the opportunity to induct Westwood as an official member during the interview. Told you things got interesting. 

Check out the pair’s antics in the clips below.

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(Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for The Vanity Group)

Written by KC Orcutt


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