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Rick Ross slams Drake for not helping Birdman when he faced foreclosure (video)

The rapper has fired back at ‘White boy’ Drake for three consecutive days
Rick Ross (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Rick Ross remains on the offensive against archrival Drake by slamming him for failing to rescue his former boss, Birdman, when his palatial estate was foreclosed five years ago.

Ross taunted Drake by calling him a “White boy” who failed to help out the iconic Cash Money founder. Birdman signed Drake to his label which helped launch Drake’s career into the music stratosphere.

Rick Ross hammers Drake for not helping Birdman who helped his career

“Your best friend, Birdman, his house went into foreclosure five years ago. You done watched that man struggle for five years and ain’t got that man a mansion,” Ross barked at Drake while speaking to his 20 million Instagram followers. 

“If you got more money than Rozay, what’s another $50 million, White boy?” Ross continued.

He gave Drake two days to put his money where his mouth is and help his former label boss.

“There’s one for $40 [million] on Indian Creek, there’s one for $50 [million] on Star Island. You got 48 hours, White boy,” Ross taunted.

Birdman dragged into the feud between Rick Ross and Drake

Interesting that Birdman is catching flak in the rap battle between Ross and Drake. Rick again mocked the “Hotline Bling” hitmaker’s alleged struggles.

“Soon as that pressure on White boy, he gonna go post Stunna. Stunna in that $20 jogging suit, I know the man need some paper … [Birdman] ain’t got that mark back. That mark ain’t fed him none,” Ross said. 

According to HipHopDX, Birdman was forced to hand over the keys to his Miami Beach mansion after repeated failures to make the mortgage payments. The publication reports that Birdman eventually sold the waterfront mansion for $10.85 million, which is about $5 million less than what he purchased the estate for. 

Neither Birdman nor Drake has responded yet to Ross’ scathing assertions.

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