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Rick Ross Continues To Apologize For “Lyrics Interpreted As Rape”

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UPDATE: Rick Ross takes to Twitter to assert his apology over lyrics that he feels may have been misinterpreted.

Rick Ross has caught a significant amount of heat for his lyric on Rocko‘s “U.O.E.N.O. (You Ain’t even Know It),” where he raps, “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it / I took her home and enjoy that, she ain’t even know it.”

The track inspired a radio station to ban Ross, and a petition asking the rapper to apologize.

In an attempt to save face, Ross attempted to explain the rhyme on the Q 93.3 radio show.

“I want to make sure this is clear,” said Rozay. “Woman is the most precious gift known to man, you understand? It was a misunderstanding with a lyric, a misinterpretation where the term rape wasn’t used. I would never use the word rape in my records.”

Ross assured that no one in the Maybach Music Group camp was a supporter of rape. “And as far as my camp, Hip Hop don’t condone that, streets don’t condone that. Nobody condones that, you understand me? I just wanted to reach out to all the queens that’s on my timeline, all the sexy ladies, the beautiful ladies that have been reaching out to me about the misunderstanding. We don’t condone rape and I’m not with that.”

Watch the interview below:

(March 28)

UPDATE: In the last week, Rick Ross has continued to face criticism for his “U.O.E.N.O.” lyrics, from protest groups threatening his Reebok sponsorship, along with Rap peer Talib Kweli. Today (April 4), Ross publicly again apologized. The Maybach Music Group founder stated that he doesn’t “condone rape.” He apologized, using hashtags, for “the lyric interpreted as rape.”

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Waka Flocka planning on going “back to the essence of music” on “Flockaveli 2”, talks Gucci Mane beef

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Just days after Brick Squad rapper Waka Flocka informed Rap Fix Live viewers that he would never do business with Gucci Mane “ever in life,” the Atlanta rapper has now revealed that he has no issues with Gucci.

During an interview with Montreality, Waka Flocka stated that there is “no beef” or “animosity” between himself and Gucci and instead revealed that the two artists happen to be pursuing different goals at this point in their careers.

Waka further commented on his alleged issues with Gucci, which initially started with a single Tweet, by stating that it’s no one’s business what the reason behind the pairs split was.

“We in two paths in our lives. Ain’t no beef, no animosity. It’s just that me and him see two different goals. I guess we both be at the finish line we just going our own routes,” Waka explained. “That’s all I can say. People they just can’t put a finger on it. Like, ‘What’s the reason?’ Sometimes it’s none of your fuckin’ business what’s the reason. You know what I’m saying? Just understand two men went they own ways. It’s no problem.”

The Flockaveli rapper later spoke on his upcoming album, Flockaveli 2, and his plans on taking the project “back to the essence of music.”

“I feel like I’m a fresh artist again. But I know more tricks and trades. Like now I know more shit,” said Waka in a video posted on HipHop-n-More.com. “Plus, my second album I went so far left when I was already writing that I wanted to show people I could conquer another genre of people. And I did it. So now it’s time to go back to the essence of music. Of how I started and what I created. It’s time to claim what the fuck I started.”