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Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross is reportedly going to remain busy this summer following a couple publicized arrests with a new album in the works.

According to Ross’ legal muscle, his eighth solo album is called Black Dollar.

Ross’s lawyer Adamma McKinnon told The Daily Beast her client isn’t fretting the charges, and informed local TV news that the rapper wants the world to know that his new album will be “dropping soon.” McKinnon also claimed that Ross is in high spirits, made sure to mention that his next album is tentatively titled Black Dollar, and said that he’s being framed for being famous. (The Daily Beast)

Check out the legal drama Rick Ross has had to deal with recently on the next page…

Recent reports claimed Ricky Rozay posted a $2 million bond last Wednesday (July 1) following a kidnapping-related arrest.

Ross’ bond hearing in Fayette County, GA just wrapped up
— and the judge ok’d his release once he paid a $2 million bond … which he scraped together from a few places:
– $1 million equity from the ex-Holyfield mansion he owns, and another GA property
– $500,000 surety bond (from a bail bondsman)
– $500k in cold hard cash

Ross’ attorney also promised his client would hand over the entire Holyfield property to the county … if he intimidates or threatens any witnesses. (TMZ)

Various musicians including Meek Mill kept Ross’ name alive amid the arrest on social media.

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According to reports, the arrest went down recently at the hands of the Metro Atlanta Fugitive Task Force.

According to sources, Ross was having work done on the property he bought in Fayette County. Ross allegedly got into a fight with one of the workers and pistol-whipped him.
Ross’ bodyguard was also arrested. Both men are charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery. They will be held at the Fayette County Jail as they await an initial appearance and a bond hearing. (WSB-TV)