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ROSS IS SAFE : GD's Say Rick Rozay paid up

 ROSS IS SAFE : GD's Say Rick Rozay paid up
 01-27-2013, 01:01 PMaway - #81
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Originally Posted by CartelFamill
Yeah but can Name one Rapper that Took a Drug Kingpin's REAL NAME and is Image and used it to get rich ?

Ross Makes Good Music....But ummmm I dunno where yall been.....But since that Chain Incident and GD ####....MMG momentum has SLOWED WAY UP

And That show in ATL.....Police wasnt Letting GD's in and said if they showed up too deep they was arresting mutha####as lol
Well its a lot of rappers who used a kingpins name to get on....50 Cent, Capone, Noreaga, Freeway and blah blah blah....


Image is another thing tho.
 01-27-2013, 01:05 PMaway - #82
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Broke ni##az dont be in the same places as rich ni##az! Never heard of a Rapper getting shot on stage, backstage or etc! he damn sure isnt at the mall or walmart shopping or pumping gas! Ross aint pay them f#gs ####
 01-27-2013, 01:07 PMaway - #83
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Originally Posted by Peterparker
Don't believe it till I see a receipt
THE IRS will be looking for their cut.
 01-27-2013, 01:14 PMaway - #84
Guvnor 427 heat pts427

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LMAO! "Self made,You just affiliated"

Cmon son!
 01-27-2013, 01:19 PMaway - #85
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Originally Posted by CartelFamill
Yeah but can Name one Rapper that Took a Drug Kingpin's REAL NAME and is Image and used it to get rich ?
what name HASNT been used is a better question

you know how many rappers use GOTTI, CAPONE, GAMBINO, alone? lol is that a serious question?
 01-27-2013, 01:45 PMaway - #86
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@badnewz

Trash may be overstating it. Neither Port Of Miami or Trilla knock for the entire length of the LP, but there's a decent albums' worth of tracks throughout the two.
 01-27-2013, 02:52 PMonline - #87
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So you telling me Ross cut a check to The National GD Bank account?

fukk outta here...If he did pay every GD set in every hood would start hitting him up when he toured in their cities #### would only get worse.
 01-27-2013, 03:15 PMonline - #88
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Originally Posted by J-Dogg
Some Ross fans need to believe certain things. They have to see his street credibility as legitimate, as if that does something for the music. Personally, I've always felt that Ross was more or less in on the joke, so to speak. I think dude knows he's not really built like that, but if he plays it the way he does, he gets more attention, media coverage, blog posts, etc. He's just like a lot of guys out there who come from a decent home, but still have an infatuation with street culture. He happens to know a few guys who did some things, plus he's an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to gangsters of the past. We also have to remember he's a grown man, almost 40. If you can make 9 million a year doing the type of music he does and just pay off whoever you have to, why not? It's not as though he has a lot of career options available, he's spent his entire adult life rapping, he didn't just come out when Hustlin' dropped.


Musically, his first two albums were mostly trash. It wasn't until Deeper Than Rap that he found a stride and realized there was no point in holding back, he might as well embrace the persona fully. Instead of giving after the CO scandal/50 beef, he just made stuff that even more over the top and ridiculously theatrical. Now, he's on the down side on his prime. When it comes to MMG, he's definitely not the LeBron of the team anymore, I would say he's more like Wade, still able to do it when necessary, but not firing on all cylinders anymore. It seems kind of strange that he's already trying to get another album in stores. It's clear that God Forgives, I Don't wasn't quite the triumph he thought it would be.


Originally Posted by ALLEEK
Well its a lot of rappers who used a kingpins name to get on....50 Cent, Capone, Noreaga, Freeway and blah blah blah....


Image is another thing tho.
50 cent got his name from actually putting in real work in the streets though. Rick Ross was a C.O. on the opposite of the bars. That's the huge difference with Ross story and the fact that the real Rick Ross doesn't want the man using his name on top of other ####ery traits Ross portray's
 01-27-2013, 03:24 PMaway - #89
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Originally Posted by Peterparker




50 cent got his name from actually putting in real work in the streets though. Rick Ross was a C.O. on the opposite of the bars. That's the huge difference with Ross story and the fact that the real Rick Ross doesn't want the man using his name on top of other ####ery traits Ross portray's
50 Cent got his name from a Bronx Gangster named Kelvin Martin aka 50 Cent. The rapper actually participated in a documentary featuring the real Kelvin Martins sister and cousins...he paid homage and acknowledged the fact that he borrowed the name



Interesting #### is 50 Cent participated in this documentary...but it was put together by Jimmy Hencheman and Czar Ent





Documentary in full

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 01-27-2013, 03:25 PMonline - #90
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Originally Posted by J-Dogg
Some Ross fans need to believe certain things. They have to see his street credibility as legitimate, as if that does something for the music. Personally, I've always felt that Ross was more or less in on the joke, so to speak. I think dude knows he's not really built like that, but if he plays it the way he does, he gets more attention, media coverage, blog posts, etc. He's just like a lot of guys out there who come from a decent home, but still have an infatuation with street culture. He happens to know a few guys who did some things, plus he's an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to gangsters of the past. We also have to remember he's a grown man, almost 40. If you can make 9 million a year doing the type of music he does and just pay off whoever you have to, why not? It's not as though he has a lot of career options available, he's spent his entire adult life rapping, he didn't just come out when Hustlin' dropped.


Musically, his first two albums were mostly trash. It wasn't until Deeper Than Rap that he found a stride and realized there was no point in holding back, he might as well embrace the persona fully. Instead of giving after the CO scandal/50 beef, he just made stuff that even more over the top and ridiculously theatrical. Now, he's on the down side on his prime. When it comes to MMG, he's definitely not the LeBron of the team anymore, I would say he's more like Wade, still able to do it when necessary, but not firing on all cylinders anymore. It seems kind of strange that he's already trying to get another album in stores. It's clear that God Forgives, I Don't wasn't quite the triumph he thought it would be.
But soon mastermind will prove that ross will be on top.
 01-27-2013, 03:38 PMonline - #91
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Originally Posted by ALLEEK
50 Cent got his name from a Bronx Gangster named Kelvin Martin aka 50 Cent. The rapper actually participated in a documentary featuring the real Kelvin Martins sister and cousins...he paid homage and acknowledged the fact that he borrowed the name



Interesting #### is 50 Cent participated in this documentary...but it was put together by Jimmy Hencheman and Czar Ent



Documentary in full
Too bad 5-0 is also a big time snitch.
 01-27-2013, 03:43 PMonline - #92
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you seen that video of them miami dudes coming out and callin Ross out, like Ar ab did Cassidy?

me neither.
 01-27-2013, 04:41 PMaway - #93
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Originally Posted by DominicanLou
video please
Can't believe you never saw that #### fam, I still don't get why people question 50.





Tony Yayo later said that if he had gone with them, he would have put Khaleds mom in his trunk

Some people say French Montana is holdin the camera.
 01-27-2013, 04:43 PMaway - #94
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Originally Posted by Poloboy69
Broke ni##az dont be in the same places as rich ni##az! Never heard of a Rapper getting shot on stage, backstage or etc! he damn sure isnt at the mall or walmart shopping or pumping gas! Ross aint pay them f#gs ####
Rappers have gotten robbed,shot,st@bbed,punched backstage and in studios...
 01-27-2013, 05:00 PMaway - #95
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mane if these ni##as make a video of them gettin a check
#### the bloggers, keep that #### on the low.
 01-27-2013, 05:45 PMaway - #96
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Originally Posted by Stupid Fresh
I dont believe he paid and I dont believe he viewed them as a realistic threat...
this


they probably just wanted to have an excuse since they werent gonna do ####
 01-27-2013, 10:00 PMaway - #97
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Originally Posted by tupacnasfan
But soon mastermind will prove that ross will be on top.
 01-28-2013, 09:31 AMaway - #98
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ok maybe ross isnt safe afterall
 01-28-2013, 10:39 AMonline - #99
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dudes thought it was all fun and games

rozay was talkin hella smack

its only a matter of time

pay up some more
 01-28-2013, 10:44 AMaway - #100
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Originally Posted by ALLEEK
50 Cent got his name from a Bronx Gangster named Kelvin Martin aka 50 Cent. The rapper actually participated in a documentary featuring the real Kelvin Martins sister and cousins...he paid homage and acknowledged the fact that he borrowed the name



Interesting #### is 50 Cent participated in this documentary...but it was put together by Jimmy Hencheman and Czar Ent



Documentary in full
He might not have got 50 Cent for what hes done in the streets, but he definately got rep in the streets and was feared even though he was called Boo Boo.

And was that 50 interview actually done for Henchmens Dvd? Or was it taken from another interview? Anyway 50 and Henchmen and Original 50 family fell out over 50 not buying a tombstone or some ####
 
 


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