Here’s Why Women Need to Apologize To Rick Ross

Published On July 31, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts


Rapper Rick Ross has now stirred up some controversy and feminists are complaining once again!

Opening up about the Maybach Music Group, Ross made a comment about why he would never sign a female rap artist to his musical empire.

The famous hip-hop mogul, 41, appeared on The Breakfast Club and that was where radio personality Angela Yee was heard questioning him about why he doesn’t have very many women on his label, which consists of artists such as Wale, French Montana, Meek Mill and Omarion.

“You know, I never did it because I always thought, like, I would end up f–king the female rapper and f–king the business up,” he said. 

Yee, 41, replied, “That’s awful,” as the male cohosts burst into laughter.

“I’m so focused on my business. I gotta be honest with you,” Ross continued. “She’s lookin’ good, I’m spending so much money on her photo shoots — I gotta f–k a couple times.”

The conversation then turned to the record executive’s close friend Trina, whom he’s worked with on many occasions. “She’s most definitely somebody I would love to have, vibe with on that level, but she had a situation with somebody that was a big homie in my city, one of my big-time homies, one of the big homies,” Ross said. “I’m just one of those dudes. If you rock with one of my homies, you know, cool. Imma spare you. That go for Trina, so I was able to just focus on the music and the records.”

“When I’m looking for artists, I’m really just looking for something that I’ve never seen, first and foremost,” he said. “If it’s something that’s unique, that’s something that’s in demand. After that, I want to see that hunger. I just need to see that hunger, you know what I mean? Because I’ve seen artists that have maybe less talent but more drive make it to the top first, you know what I mean? To me, that’s extremely important. Once you show me something unique, and you show me that hunger, Double-M G is ready to rock.”

So, what are your thoughts on what Ross had to say? Do you think it was sexist? Or was he simply telling the truth?

After all, I can name many female artists who have been known to rap about their body parts and good they can perform intercourse, so why do you think Ross is being controversial by repeating those exact same sentiments?

Comment you thoughts below and tell us what you’re thinking.

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