The new VH1 series Signed will follow Rick Ross as he looks for new artists to sign to his label. The show has gotten some solid buzz, and Ross stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss. However, things took a sexist turn when the subject turned to female rappers.
Apparently, the music mogul isn’t too hyped about signing a female artist. When Angela Yee asked why he hasn’t explored the femcee talent pool, Ross responded with, “I never did it because I always thought I would end up fucking the female rapper, fucking the business up. I’m so focused on my business. I got to be honest with you.” He continued, “She’s looking good. I’m spending so much money on her photo shoots. I gotta fuck her a couple of times.”
That’s right, it seems like if you’re a woman with bars, you might have to give up the goods if you want success at MMG.
Yee pushed Ross, bringing up the fact that he’s written for a few female MCs. She even brought Trina‘s name into the conversation, which caused the hosts to question if Ross had a sexual relationship with her. Ross’ response? “She most definitely somebody I would loved to have vibed with on that level, but you know, she had a situation with somebody that was a big homie in my city…I’m just one of those dudes. If you rock with one of my homies, cool. I’ma spare you.”
Thanks for the disturbing clarification, Rozay. Ladies, unless you’re f*cking one of Rick’s homies, stay away from MMG to avoid getting grabbed by your p*ssy.
You can watch his full interview with The Breakfast Club below.
Rick Ross On Why He Hasn’t Signed A Female Rapper: ‘I Would End Up F**king’ was originally published on globalgrind.com