Rick Ross’ 2017 Female Rapper Comments Resurrected Thanks To Failed VH1 ’Signed’ Reality Show

HipHop News Publicado en enero 23, 2021 a 3:13

Rick Ross’ 2017 Female Rapper Comments Resurrected Thanks To Failed VH1 ’Signed’ Reality Show

The Maybach Music Group founder was dragged from here to Zamunda in 2017 when he made some horribly misogynistic comments about female artists.

Rick Ross was dragged from here to Zamunda in 2017 when he made some horribly misogynistic comments about female artists. During an interview with The Breakfast Club, he was asked why he hasn’t signed a woman to his Maybach Music Group imprint.

He replied, “You know, I never did it because I always thought, like, I would end up fucking a female rapper and fucking the business up. I’m so focused on my business. I just, I gotta be honest with you. You know, she looking good. I’m spending so much money on her photo shoots. I gotta fuck a couple times.”

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The backlash was immediate, with HipHopDX penning an editorial slamming Ross’ comments that went viral. The following day, Ross (or somebody on his PR team) issued what sounded like a heartfelt apology, but this type of behavior is evidently engrained in Ross’ personality.

On Friday night (January 22), Ross became a trending Twitter topic after a 2017 clip from the failed Ross-hosted VH1 competition show Signed started making the rounds. Two women — Just Brittany and Austell, Georgia singer Kaiya — must sing to the same beat. Just Brittany, dressed in a green, curve-hugging outfit, goes up first and her singing is noticeably off-key.

Nonetheless, Ross tells her, “You’re future is bright” as another woman stands behind him rubbing his shoulders. Kaiya, wearing a slightly more conservative ensemble, goes next and puts her obvious vocal talent on display. But she’s cut off and Ross tell her, “That wasn’t the best platform for your voice.”

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