Rick Ross wrote diss track Forwarding It To Birdman

Rick Ross birdman diss track
Just earlier in March (17) The hip-hop star released Idols Become Rivals, from his new album Rather You Than Me.making the story just in brief details,rick Ross accused Birdman
of two hands in pocket.



all we are saying in sound silent it Rick put it to Birdmad man of
stealing royalties from artists on his Cash Money Records label, using Lil Wayne's ongoing legal struggle with the label as a prime example and suggesting Williams also treated DJ Khaled badly and this leading to his diss record to Bird fly.



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In his comment as tv3.ie recorded

"I just felt it wasn't right, you know what I'm saying? Khaled is a great dude," he told radio station Hot 107.9 in Atlanta, Georgia. "If you burn those two (Khaled and Lil Wayne), I already know how you feel about me, and I just don't respect it.

"I just felt like it was time for somebody to let homie know that ain't gangsta, and you know, you won't be respected no longer... it's a clean your face (check yourself) record, if you think you just taking something from somebody... I ain't got no respect for him."

 but Rozay called out Birdman for his corrupt business practices, poor treatment of his artists Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled, and for driving rented cars, among other things.

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Birdman recently responded equivocally to the track in a recent interview with Billboard: “I don’t get caught up in hoe sh-t, man. I just keep doing what I’m doing and keep pushing…I’m a man and I stand my ground and I do my thing. Numbers don’t lie, and that’s all I give a f–k about: numbers, and puttin’ them up.”
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