Rick Ross has released an reparation for his misogynist comments about womanlike artists, who he pronounced he wouldn’t sign since he’d ‘end up f***ing’ them.’
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The rapper was speaking on The Breakfast Club, a morning show on the New York radio sinecure Power 105.1, as he promoted his new TV show Signed, a reality foe in which artists contest for a record understanding with his tag Maybach Music Group.
As the hosts and Ross discussed what kind of artists he would sign, Angela Yee asked ig he would sign a womanlike rapper, heading to Ross to respond with the statement.
‘I never did it since we always thought, like, we would finish up f***ing a womanlike rapper and f***ing the business up. I’m so focused on my business. we just, we gotta be honest with you,’ he said.
‘You know, she looking good. I’m spending so much income on her photo shoots. we gotta f**k a couple times.’
After all the recoil the Diced Pineapples received, he admits that he done a mistake and backpedalled from his comments.
He now says the acknowledgement was ‘a mistake’ around a matter on Facebook posted on 27 July.
He is reported in saying: ‘I wish to use my mistake, my height and the village to create certain contention to exercise change on a very critical issue. Respect for the ones who mount up to contend hey that isn’t right.’
In his apology, he adds that he has honour for women in the music industry and looks brazen to operative with and ancillary womanlike artists.
But will he actually sign women to Maybach Music Group?
‘Many of the many gifted artists you’ll see in the using to be the next #MMG superstars are womanlike artists. we demeanour brazen to clarifying my comments by my support,’ the 41-year-old said.
We also demeanour brazen to conference some clarifications from the rapper.
Maybach Music Group houses artist like Meek Mill, Omarion, Wale and formerly French Montana.