Like his street anthem, Rick Ross isn’t holding back. In part two of his on-air interview with 99 Jamz’ Felisha Monet, Rozay opens up for the first-time on his run-in with Young Jeezy backstage at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards. Along with breaking down the heavy security and law enforcement surrounding Jeezy, Ross admits his plans was to choke the Snowman.
“This is nothing personal to me. At the BET Awards it basically just boiled down to me running across Young Jeezy, he had five security guards in front of him, five police officers behind him and we crossed paths I said ‘what’s up?’ soon as he said ‘what’s up?’ I tried to choke him.”
Back in October, Young Jeezy gave his account of what happened stating the encounter was minimal and wants to move forward from it.
“I saw [Ross] in the hallway, we walking out. So me and him never really seen each other face to face. I just felt like… he spoke and I spoke, and that was basically it.”
The Bawse didn’t stop when it came to well-known beefs, as he also touched on Gunplay’s run-in with 50 Cent/G-Unit the same night. Ross ends off challenging 50 Cent to take their beef to the boxing industry. As you know, 50 Cent is now a promoter in the sport and the MMG leader is open to the idea of starting his own company and going head-to-head with the G-Unit general.