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Rick Ross Says The Culture Has Accepted The Situation That Lil Wayne Will Never Drop An Album Again & That’s Not The Way It Should Be

Tue, Apr 4, 2017 by

Rick Ross Says The Culture Has Accepted The Situation That Lil Wayne Will Never Drop An Album Again & Thats Not The Way It Should Be

Rick Ross recently chopped it up with Billboard to speak on his “Idols Become Rivals” song that is about Lil Wayne‘s current situation with Birdman.

The MMG founder says the culture has accepted the situation that Weezy will not put out an album again while being contracted to Cash Money Records and that’s certainly not the way it should be.

Also in the interview, Rick Ross spoke on shouting out Tunechi at the end of his “Scientology” track and how it would be a power move if he could sign Tune and put out Tha Carter V himself.

You can read everything Ricky said after the jump below. In related news, I have also included another video of a Ross conversation about how no one around him respects Baby for cheating Wayne and DJ Khaled out of millions!

“Idols Become Rivals” is letter to Birdman and how you used to look up to him. Why did the people need to hear your take on Birdman’s business practices and Wayne’s situation?
You know, I just think it’s so f–ked up. Us seeing Lil Wayne’s [situation] and suffering from that, I think we kind of all got used to it. I think the culture has f–king accepted that Wayne would not put out another album. And that’s not the way the game [should be]. That’s not the way we designed this. That’s not the way this is supposed to be.

When we come up from the mud together, it’s not supposed to be this way. Birdman is supposed to be in that f–king building making those f–king people give him money to take care of his man. They supposed to be in the f–king [building], flipping over desks in those f–king offices, fighting to get money. Not f–king suing each other, fighting lawsuits and everybody starving. Not putting out music, not being creative. Us not doing what we came here for. There’s nothing more I hate than that — us not doing what we came here for.

Back to the album. On the song “Scientology,” you rap, “I got the money for Wayne, let’s do it then.” That’d be a power move if Maybach Music Group and Young Money were able to do something to put out Tha Carter V.
When I played that song for Jay Z, me and Jay Z laughed. We looked at each other and had a laugh. Hov was like, “Let’s do it.” It was just one of them things. We didn’t put no deep thought into it. We let the music roll on.

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