Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross isn’t letting goon talk tear him down and has responded to reports about him being scared out of a Detroit concert over the weekend. #LastLaugh
The “Bawse” downplayed the controversy and acknowledged his publicized absence.
“Luv #Detroit I wuz ready to killm 2nite,heard it wuz a peace protest wit picket signs and locked gates haa,” Ross wrote June 22. (Rick Ross’ Twitter)
According to reports, Motown native Trick Trick may have had something to do with Ross going ghost Saturday (June 21) for local radio station Hot 107.5’s summer concert.
Well according to HOT 107.5?s AP, apparently Ross did not get the necessary clearance of Trick Trick, the self proclaimed “Mayor of Detroit City” because Ross was stopped by the “Good Squad” while attempting to gain access to the backstage gate of the show! We hear that Ross was allegedly afraid for his life and actually left the show…yes he bounced! (The Urban Daily)
Trick Trick appeared to address the situation on social media with a subliminal message.
Was this a case of the “No Fly Zone”? Trick Trick hinted at a problem in his new single “No Fly Zone” that features Detroit emcee Royce da 5’9, stating “Your papers are waiting to be approved.” We assume Rick Ross did not submit for the ‘papers’ Trick felt Ross needed in order to perform in Detroit. In the song Trick adds “I am a phone call away.” (The Urban Daily)
No stranger to Detroit woes, Ross fell victim to another bad incident two years ago.
This is the second time Rozay has had problems in Detroit. His empty tour bus was robbed of thousands of dollars in jewelry, clothes and other personal items in 2012. While many suspected local rapper Trick Trick was behind the burglary, Trick denied his involvement. “I wasn’t gona entertain this weak sh*t but, if I wanted to get officer ricky, I’d get em! Not tear up a tour bus! That’s B*TCH sh*t! GSM,” he tweeted July 2012. (The Smoking Section)
Check out footage from the concert: