News: Rick Ross Plays The Race Card W/ Eminem, "You're Really A Honkey" [Video]
Thursday, Apr 30, 2009 10:30AM
Rick Ross has added Eminem to his ongoing feud with 50 Cent labeling him a "honkey" in an attempt to address racist claims.
Still taking shots at G-Unit, Ross is seen in a new video speaking on Em and crew.
"N*ggas cut throat," he declared. "You know now they saying 'monkey' could be black-on-black racial, keep saying monkey. So the only way I can fix that, Eminem, you're a monkey. He's really a honkey, but that's racial. You's a monkey, you n*ggas monkeys...'Wood Face,' it's no longer Curly, now you're Wood Face. Eh, Whoo Kid, I found out you're making 300 a show, my deejay makes way more than you. You're nobody. Do me the biggest favor, hit me up." (Spiff TV)Ross recently said he would be willing to battle Em due to his "victory" over 50.
"I mean, I'm a fan of Eminem," he said in an interview. "I'm a fan first and foremost. But after defeating Curly, my confidence is at an all-time high. Maybe before I wouldn't have challenged him, but I'm contemplating it now. The game is commending me for my victory. That's all I wanted to do was ... punish the opposition. I think I've done a great job and I'm gonna continue to do that. I think he's a bigger and better artist than what Curly is. So if I was l ooking to fulfill that excitement or that rush, that's who I have to address."(MTV)
Ross has shown his admiration for both Em and Dr. Dre via his version of "Crack A Bottle" earlier this year.
"Phony Yayo has officially checked into rehab," Ross said in the song's intro. "Lloyd Banks is dating Perez Hilton. He came outta the closet. Best time of my life/Gucci bourgeois pop a bottle/You know my motto, shake that b*tch from top to bottom/Hit the blunt and take a swallow/April 21 I take over the universe/I get more p*ssy than Curly Curtis just takin' off my shirt/How ya love that, I know the h*es do/GG GG GGG-who/Them n*ggas h*es too/Them n*ggas finished before I can even end a sentence/Shout-out to Aftermath, I know it's strictly business, Dre, send one of them beats to the South/Shout-out to Eminem, we workin' in the future." ("Crack A Bottle")
Check out Ross' video below: