SOHH Whatcha Think: Why Did Rozay Shrug Off Bigger Beefs But Send The Goons At Kreayshawn? [Click Here & Speak]
Sunday, Sep 4, 2011 11:55AM
With what may be the oddest rap feud since Nelly versus KRS One, sh*t almost got real at the 2011 Video Music Awards after Ricky Rozay and friends confronted Bay Area artist Kreayshawn and rent-a-goon Stretch.
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The video (which now appears to have been pulled from the MTV Web site) shows Stretch defending his white queen in what can only be described as a confused, Hip Hop remake of the Whitney Houston film, The Bodyguard.
Ross' bigger goon then stepped on the scene to remind everyone that more money typically means more muscle. The scene was one tossed chair and a snatched chain away from a Hip Hop rumble.
That sh*t Kreay.
The entire incident stems from a half-a**ed freestyle from the Cali femcee in which she not only calls Rick Ross a phony, but takes a jab at his former career as a correctional officer.
Our question of the day -- with previous chances to go at 50 Cent and Young Jeezy, with whom the stakes were higher, why did Ross decide this was the best rap beef to pursue?
I mean, the girl basically needed a word to rhyme with "boss" and she chose "Ross." Yes, in between those two words she said some unkind things, but let's be really real here -- 50 Cent had done far worse during his feud with The Teflon Don. Even the Jeezy thing from a while back was more serious, as The Snowman took subtle shots at Ross while walking the streets of Miami.
SOHH Watcha Think -- Was a weak improptu freestyle worth sending the goons after a 100-pound female emcee, when bigger beefs have been left unaddressed?
Check out this track from former Rozay foe, Young Jeezy:
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