Rick Ross answered Gillie Da Kid after ridiculing his recent cow deal. In a video released on his Instagram Story on Thursday (July 14th). The MMG tycoon subliminally fired on the co-host of the Million Dollaz Worth of Game, claiming he spends more on his livestock than Gillie does on his family.
“Fellas, fellas… let me give you the real game,” Ross said while roaming around his Georgia mansion barefoot in a robe. “When I spend more money on my cow than you do on your wife and kids every month, you should take notes.”
In typical Rozay style, the Port of Miami rapper quickly lightened the mood by showing the newest addition to his animal collection, a grass-covered bear sculpture named Lulu.
“But more importantly, meet my bear,” he continued as he panned the camera to the inanimate figure. “This my bear. I named my bear Lulu. That’s Lulu, y’all. Toast to the biggest!”
Gillie Da Kid went after Rick Ross during his interview with Wallo’s producer Southside earlier this week, mocking the 46-year-old MC for “screwing up” on social media while talking about her past as a correctional officer.
“These old n***, they don’t hear the roar of the crowd no more and they still think the roar gon’ come back, so they be on Instagram and they be on social media doing dumb s***,” he said. “‘I just bought a cow!’ Why the fuck would you buy a cow for?
“You know I was gonna bake you, n***. I seen you in them comments, n***. You know I was gonna bake your goofy ass. Fuck wrong with you? Don’t ever comment on nothing about me, n***, when you used to be a C.O., n***, when you used to lock n*** like Wallo in the cell, n***. You know I was gonna bake your dumb ass.”
Gillie later explained that he didn’t like Ross calling him a “fraud” in Mack Maine’s Instagram comments. The president of Young Money has posted a video now, deleted from Gillie meeting his longtime rival Lil Wayne at a recent Jackson State University event, refuting the Philadelphia native’s statement, that Wayne avoided it.
On Thursday, Rick Ross announced the launch of his own podcast, but he needed help looking for a name.
Gillie suggested Rozay call his show the Lock It Up podcast and even posted a fictional cover with a picture of Ross during her days as a correctional officer.
“I got ur name 4 ur podcast @richforever aka The Mickey Mouse Show,” he wrote on Instagram. “ur history ain’t right to fu$k with me u betta leave that alone.”
On Friday afternoon, Wack 100 chimed in on the back and forth between Gillie and Ross on Clubhouse.
“I seen Gillie respond, but what did Ross say though? Here go the problem with that though right? This is what’s weird about it call a spade a spade,” said Wack.
“Ross got more money than you and unfortunately Gillie, he got more hits than you. Either way you go I don’t know how you going to win that one. He the n*** you want to be in music. That you could never be.”