News: "Officer Ricky" Cartoon Returns Ft. Lil' Wayne, DMX, T.I. & More [Video]

Friday, Mar 13, 2009 11:30AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

50 Cent's "Officer Ricky" cartoon has returned with "In Too Deep," featuring a celebrity-arresting Rick Ross and appearances by Lil Wayne, DMX, Mase and more.


Fif's latest installment continues to focus on mocking Ross' history as a corrections officer.

The new episode shows Rick Ross having arrested celebrities DMX, Suge Knight, Bobby Brown, Remy Ma, Coolio, T.I. as Mase attempts to free the stars. Ross is later seen, still in police gear, recording music with DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne and T-Pain but soon realizes his Deeper Than Rap album has been pushed back. Kanye West and Ace Hood also star in the cartoon. (This Is 50)

Fif previously released "Officer Ricky: Welcome to Death Row" as Ross placed Tip and Knight behind bars.

"Saturday Cartoons Presents 'Officer Ricky: Welcome to Death Row,' the episode's description reads. "His fourth episode of Officer Ricky at his best once again as he arrests the one that he previously looked up to: Ex-CEO of Death Row, Suge Knight featuring Akon, Suge Knight, DJ Khaled, T.I." (SOHH)

Despite constant denials, Ross reportedly confirms his time as a corrections officer in the May issue of XXL Magazine.

"Me not answering or addressing that situation has nothing to do with my career," Ross says in the issue. "I've accomplished enough, and I've made enough money for me to be good... Yes, it was me in those pictures. But I'ma tell you this. Me taking that job, I was doing my job. You understand what I mean?" (XXL Magazine)

Ross' denial and refusal to speak on his police associated past recently resulted in him being denied an interview by radio personality Angie Martinez.

"He did not cancel, I cancelled," Martinez said during her afternoon show. "There's no beef, it's just I was told today before the show that Rick would not be able to talk about C.O. stuff. About him being a corrections officer. For some reason, he would not be able to discuss this today. So I made the choice that I would not be interested in doing an interview that's partial. I was looking forward to sitting down. I like Rick...I just felt like, no, I don't want to do that." (Miss Info)

Check out the latest episode of "Officer Ricky" below:

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