Rick Ross: ‘I’d end my feud with 50 Cent if it would stop racism’

The rapper was presented with the dilemma on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore

Rick Ross has said he would be willing to end his feud with 50 Cent if it would help end racism.

The two rappers have spent years in a public feud, which was fuelled by 50 Cent leaking a sex tape of Lastonia Leviston, the mother of one of Rick Ross’ children, in 2010.

More recently, Ross has mocked the fact that 50 Cent declared himself bankrupt earlier this year, via several diss posts on Instagram which have since been deleted.


On The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore last week, Ross appeared on the show’s ‘Keep It 100’ segment, and was presented with a dilemma. Wilmore said, “The universe offers you a deal. You can end racism forever, but you have to become good, close friends with 50 Cent. You have to hang out at the pool together, you got to go eat together, take ski trips together. I don’t care, whatever, you guys are pals. Do you do it?”

Ross replied, “I’ma keep it 100. I’m going to stop racism. If I gotta take him to Wing Stop and have him eat some lemon pepper wings to stop racism, that’s what I’m gonna do.”

See the clip below:

Rick Ross recently shared a new remix of Adele’s ‘Hello’, ahead of his latest album ‘Black Market’, which is expected to be released in December.


Ross’s take on ‘Hello’ is the latest in a recent run of remixes from the MMG artist. He recently took on Post Malone’s ‘White Iverson’, and just this week shared his take on Future’s ‘Dirty Sprite 2’ cut ‘Stick Talk’.

‘Sorry’, the lead single from Ross’s ‘Black Market’, was released earlier this month, and features Chris Brown on vocal duties.



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