Rick Ross On Why He Didn’t Choose Side Between Wale And Meek Mill
Rick Ross left fans thirsty of his upcoming project ever since he announced that ‘Port Of Miami 2’ will drop soon. Without giving a specific date, fans havs been patiently anticipating the release.
He visited the ‘Drink Champs’ but still didn’t give any details on when the album will hit the streets. Nevertheless, he made it known that it will be much better than the widely accepted previous album ‘Port Of Miami’ which was released back in 2006.
Norega praised Ross throughout the interview and repeatedly told him that he’s one of his favorite rappers. Yet, Norega shared that he’s afraid for Ross’s forthcoming effort because Port of Miami was such a phenomenal record.
“That’s exciting to me,” Ross said. “And hopefully, that’s the feeling everybody would get, because you should.”
Ross was also given respect because of the way he handled the Wale and Meek Mill fight. According to Ross, he didn’t take a side because he knew that it wasn’t going to escalate to anything serious.
“Nah, not at all,” he said of siding with one above the other. “‘Cause it was unnecessary. It’s just like being a big brother. It’s just like every day in the studio with my homies. It’s always…that’s just the type of vibe we are, but that’s not personal.
But most definitely, speak your mind and if you gotta get emotional to speak and make your point, you do that. Whatever it is. But this the squad. This [is] the empire. It’ll never go no further than that. We’ll never shed no blood.”