Rick Ross Addresses Young Jeezy Beef
Ricky Rozay says he doesn't have any beef with Eminem, but advises Jeezy, "If you really got an issue, put it on the table like a G."
After spending the better part of the summer denying the songs “BMF,” “Death Before Dishonor” and “The Summer’s Mine” were respectively directed at each other, labelmates Rick Ross and Young Jeezy may be ready to name names. Last week, a viral video of Jeezy began making its rounds. The clip featured Jeezy in Miami, and while he never mentioned Ross by name, when an unidentified interviewer asked about the beef, there was little mistaking who Jeezy was talking about.
“Where your favorite rapper at?” Jeezy asked. “I don’t see that nigga. I’m on the streets…come out here, nigga. Whatever niggas wanna do. I’m out here.”
During a Tuesday interview on Tim Westwood’s BBC Radio Show “Westwood Weekdays,” Ross confirmed seeing the video and offered his take.
“I actually got to see the footage of him walking on South Beach down Collins Ave and he played his self,” Ross told Westwood. “You gotta come across the bridge to Carol City…to Little Haiti. That’s where you get your issues—Washington Ave. What’s crazy about that is when they ask about my name, they still don’t really have a direct answer. That ain’t gangster at all. If you really got an issue, put it on the table like a G. Walking down Collins Ave, you played yourself. You’ll get that took from you.”