Rick Ross Talks 'Self Made 4,' Donald Trump, & Illuminati

  /  04.08.2016

Rick Ross has a lot to say. Despite his house arrest restrictions, the new Epic Records signee visited the U.K. recently for a long conversation about his legal woes and his career.

During a multi-part interview with Tim Westwood, the MMG boss also spoke about the upcoming Self Made, Vol. 4 compilation, Jay Z, and Donald Trump.


Speaking of his house arrest, the Black Market rapper said the situation is “most definitely fucked up.” However, he also added some optimism, noting that he’s making things work regardless.

“I’m a hustler so I made the best of it and put in work,” he explained. “We still going through that situation so it’s still there and we respect it to the utmost.”

During another segment of the interview, Mr. Ross Fit also dissed Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. “I don’t keep up with that donkey,” he said.

Watch the Trump portion and see more highlights from the chat below.

On his upcoming film GABOS: “It’s most definitely gonna something special. It’s one of those classic tales of betrayal. GABOS: Game Ain’t Based On Sympathy. Don’t get it fucked up. Get ready.”

On Self Made, Vol. 4: “Get ready for some new music. We dropping Self Made 4. Maybach Music/Atlantic Records. Self Made 4, executive produced by Wale.”

On Jay Z’s rumored affiliation with the Illuminati: “Shout out to Hov. Jay. I want to ask you, why do the conspiracy theorists think Jay Z is the biggest Illumin…I know he’s Hov. He is the hierarchy of the culture, without a doubt. Is that why?”

On Donald Trump: “I haven’t been keeping up with that donkey. Before the wave, on my album Black Market, I gave everybody my energy so it’s out there. Y’all know how Rozay rock. Now it’s time for me to continue building my empire regardless who comes in power…But we always think about our brothers and the others.”

On his house arrest: “It’s most definitely fucked up, but if it’s gonna be fucked up, it couldn’t be a more better fucked up position. But you know me. I’m a hustler so I made the best of it and put in work. We still going through that situation so it’s still there and we respect it to the utmost.”


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