SOHH Whatcha Think: Tupac: The Musical To Hit Broadway + Real Rick Ross Ready To Expose Rozay?!?
Wednesday, Feb 29, 2012 10:36AM
Rick Ross the rapper and "Freeway" Rick Ross will be back in court come May, and a portion of the ex-drug dealer's lawsuit against the portly entertainer may soon be coming to a Web site near you.
"Freeway" Rick Ross (hey -- shouldn't he be suing rapper Freeway as well?) claims Rozay is unlawfully profiting from his name and reputation and in a recent interview, he said that not only has he lost all respect for rap Ross, but he plans to expose him the first chance he gets.
I had a little respect for him, but after I saw his deposition, I have zero respect for him now. I think he's a complete idiot. It's a disgrace for me to have someone like this with my name. He doesn't know what the name stands for, or how I got my name. He thinks that this name belongs to some big mafia guy who don't care about nothing but himself and really, he's just a pig ... We're still going to be doing depositions for the next couple weeks. The judge ruled that she's going to make this a public trial. As soon as she makes the final ruling, I'll be releasing William Roberts' [aka Rick Ross] deposition publicly.(The Boombox)
Not sure what else there is to expose about Ross: The guy just keeps winning. Everyone knows he's not the real Rick Ross and that he used to be a correctional officer. We all know that the real Noriega doesn't owe him "a hunnit" favors and that he didn't get rich off cocaine. His baby mama went shopping with his rap enemy and even then, dude just shrugged it all off and kept making great music. SOHH Watcha Think: Does the real Rick Ross have a chance in hell of winning this lawsuit or hurting Rozay's image?
In other news, Tupac: The Musical is looking for a few young thugs and thugettes. That's right, a musical, titled "Holler If Ya Hear Me," is coming to Broadway. Casting will begin March 4.
According to the posting, they are hoping to cast young African Americans and one Caucasion that can rap and play the guitar. Exactly who are they wanting this white person to portray?
"Seeking African American Male and Female rappers ages 18 - 35," said the post from MelCap Casting. "Additionally seeking one Caucasian actor ages 20 - 25 with a strong facility for rap and terrific guitar skills. Strong legit singing voices a plus for all, but not required."(All Hip Hop)
A white kid that plays the guitar and can rap -- What character will that be? Justin Beiber didn't know Tupac. Is the hood checkin' for a Tupac musical?
That's it for today. I'm out this b*tch. But before I go, I want you to check out this new track by DJ Drama feat. T.I., Young Jeezy, Ludacris & Future, titled "We in this B*tch." See what I did there?
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