Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross has once again come forward to address his publicized Wal-Mart Black Market ban.

Footage of Ricky Rozay allegedly laughing off the ban has surfaced.

“They say they banned us at Wal-Mart but they don’t know I live across the street from the n*gga who own Target, n*gga. [laughs]”

Check out what else Rick Ross said about the ban on the next page…

Ricky alerted fans about his album still being available on digital retailer iTunes amid endless Wal-Mart reports Sunday (December 20).

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Buzz about Wal-Mart banning Ross’ album emerged online a few days ago.

The circumstance was apparently brought to Walmart’s attention by a journalist named Mark Dice. Within the writer/media analyst’s video detailing his message to the multi-billion dollar company, Dice said Rozay’s line off the title track, which reads, “Assassinate Trump like I’m Zimmerman/ Now accept these words as they came from Eminem,” didn’t sit well with him and claims it incites terroristic threats. (VIBE)

https://youtu.be/p8fdtQGK3tM

Ross’ recently released album landed in the Top 10 last week.

Back on the new Billboard 200, Rick Ross’ Black Market bows at No. 6 with 65,000 units (54,000 in album sales). His previous set, 2014’s Hood Billionaire, bowed at No. 2 with 74,000 sold. (Note: Black Market’s debut unit figure, and sales figure, were updated at 4:30 pm ET on Dec. 13.) (Billboard)

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