The Rick Ross vs Gangster Disciples beef gets a new twist, a minor one on the face of it but one with big implications for RoZay. JoJo Capone, big boss at Global Gangsters, was tipped to step in and put in a word on behalf of the MMG artsit with the Disciples, but he has flat out refused. Is he scared? Maybe not, because he had pitched in earlier for his fellow musician. But not this time.
Take a look at the video to get a clearer picture. The gist of the matter is that according to JoJo “He put himself in that line of fire and he’s got to get himself out of it – if he can,”.
Look’s like the Rick Ross and Gangster Disciples fracas is all set to fizzle out with news now trickling out that the whole thing was make believe. Now who would’ve believed that? If you ask me, many will buy this. I mean, the world has better things to do and when you dig down, you find most things being driven by money.
I mean, RoZay has his assets, he flaunts those, Rihanna has hers and she flaunts what she’s got. Tch…where’s reality in this world. The last good bust-up was the one Gunplay had with Fif and his team at the BET Awards.
The whole thing, apparently, was hyped to digress from poor ticket sales for RoZay’s concerts.
Sources out of North Carolina claim there were only 1200 tickets sold for the Greensboro and Charlotte North Carolina dates combined, so the promoter hyped up that three month old Gangster Disciples video so he could pull the plug on the tour and file an insurance claim!
What has Rick Ross done to get in the bad books of two of the most powerful societies out there? Black Masons, yup…black Freemasons, they have their own society and then the Gangster Disciples. So Ross the Boss has brains on one side coming for him and brawn on the other.
In fact, it appears that there has been some friction between the Black Masons and the Gangster Disciples over Rick Ross; it actually forced the masons to come out of their secrecy and clear that Ross is not a member of their organization nor does he belong to the Illuminati.
What has actually gotten the GD’s collective goat is that Ross claimed to be Larry Hoover, one of the founders of the gang and then went and put his face on one of the gang’s symbols – a six-pointed star – for one of his mixtapes. The gang has responded by creating this video for him.