Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross has gossip sites brewing this week after allegedly taking a jab at Young Money’s Drake with his new “Color Money” song.

Ricky Rozay referring to Drizzy’s rap rival Meek Mill and his tour with girlfriend Nicki Minaj on “Color Money” has raised eyebrows.

“My little homie made a million on his girl’s tour,” Rick rhymes, giving props to Meek for the tour he did with Nicki over the summer, but it could also be a response to Drizzy’s Back To Back takedown about Meek. He then goes on to take another swipe in the rhyme with “I got more money than that p—- that you’re signed to,” referring to his mega successful Maybach Music Group, of which Meek is family as opposed to Drake’s OVO Sound. (Hollywood Life)

Listen to Rick Ross’ “Color Money” on the next page…

Rap star 50 Cent recently said Meek’s decision to stay mum amid Drake’s “Charged Up” and “Back To Back” diss songs hurt him.

“Even when you play chess on the clock you have to think faster, you have to make moves. You can’t sit and just look at the board – this is really interesting, I saw an artist that I knew was a talented rap artist, poke fun at another artist, and then when the guy lashed back at him, he wasn’t ready. [How did Meek get it so wrong?] I don’t know. I don’t think he saw that [‘Back To Back’ diss] coming at all. [laughs] It didn’t go right. It just didn’t go right for him. It would have been better if he just responded. No response is worse. I don’t think he anticipated it going that way.” (“Tim Westwood”)

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Recently, Meek went at Drizzy during a live concert in Philadelphia.

Earlier this fall, Maybach Music Group’s Wale spoke on Meek and Drake’s feud.

“I honestly think like he brought a pencil to a gun fight,” Wale said referring to Meek Mill. “He ain’t bring a knife. He brought a pen to a piece of paper. He tried to paper cut him to death. You can’t compete with somebody that has that types of relationship. I’m telling every one who thought Meek lost just off the strength of losing, it doesn’t matter what he made, he could have wrote ‘Ether 3.0,’ the opinions of the people would have been that of the boy from Canada waxed him. I’ma tell you why – my man went to Apple – and my man went to Funk Flex–and there’s nothing wrong with Flex–but we talking about Apple, champ. They can hear this in Germany, bruh.” (“The Breakfast Club”)