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Rick Ross Fires Back at Dee-1’s Critique, Meek Mill Responds Amid Feud



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Rick Ross swiftly responded to Dee-1’s recent criticism aimed at him, Meek Mill, and Jim Jones in an Instagram Story posted on Saturday. The dispute ignited after Dee-1 questioned the lyrical content of the three rappers’ music during an appearance on Sway in the Morning last Tuesday. Ross accused Dee-1 of seeking attention to “go viral.”

“Lil’ man, whoever you are, until you’ve consistently supported kids in your community for two decades, don’t come at Rozay,” Ross began, as reported by HipHopDX. “Wait until you’ve donated 10,000 bikes… Don’t question the Boss. Hear me, little man? Clear your head, take that basket off. Since you’re craving attention, I’ll show you how to really gain attention, little man.”

He continued, “Go viral by supporting kids in your neighborhood. Go viral by giving away bikes. Make an impact at Christmas time! Don’t mention ‘Jim Jones.’ Jim Jones recently donated six figures worth of clothing in his community. And you, a guy talking, you’re looking like a vegan when you’re actually devouring more bacon than anyone else out here. Just quiet down.”

Dee-1’s original comments on the show targeted Jim Jones, Rick Ross, and Meek Mill. He urged them to elevate their content, expressing, “Jim Jones, Rick Ross, you guys can do better. Meek Mill, you can do better, too. I care about you too much not to be straightforward. You’re the face of prison reform? Yet on your recent song with Ross, you’re talking about committing murder and firing shots at a red light. Which is it, bro?” Meek Mill responded in an Instagram post, defending his lyrical choices and asserting, “That’s the style I’ve had since I became a reform advocate… That’s how I got here. Did y’all forget that quickly?”

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The clash emerges as Rick Ross and Meek Mill gear up for the release of their joint project, “Too Good To Be True,” set to drop on November 10, 2023. Stay tuned for more updates on this ongoing exchange.

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