‘Freeway’ Rick scoffs Former Drug Kinpin Speak Out about Rick Ross shooting:"When you tell these stories about the streets, you have to be careful”


‘Freeway’ Rick scoffsFormer Drug Kinpin
Speak Out about Rick Ross shooting
 BHR HollyWood Reports Former drug kingpin “Freeway” Rick Ross has had a lengthy battle with hip-hop superstar Rick Ross over the latter’s appropriation of his name. Once word got to Freeway Rick regarding the attempt on Rozay’s life earlier this week, his reaction was, as should be expected, decidedly smug.

“I’m not surprised that it happened — given recent ongoings,” Rick told HipHopDX when asked for his take on the incident.

“When someone doesn’t understand the street rules they get confused and incidents like this can take place,” he said. “I’m still dealing with ongoing litigation about something as basic as using my name and identity, that should have been dealt with properly a long time ago.”

Freeway Rick will be taking Ross back to court in August, the latest chapter in a legal fight that has been dragging on for years.

“No ill will is wished upon anyone,” Rick was sure to add. “But when you tell these stories about the streets, you have to be careful.”


Rapper Rick Ross was the apparent target of a drive-by shooting in Fort Lauderdale early Monday morning.

Rick Ross
Fort Lauderdale Police confirmed that Ross, born William Roberts, was in a 2011 Rolls Royce driving eastbound on busy Las Olas Boulevard when a gunman in another vehicle opened fire around 5 a.m.

Moments later, Ross' vehicle struck the wall of an apartment complex after the driver turned a corner to escape the bullets and lost control.

WSVN reports "dozens" of shell casings were found at the scene, but neither Ross nor his passenger, rumored girlfriend fashion designer Shateria Moragne-el, was injured.

Rick Ross Drive By Shooting
"Two or three little palm trees" were run over in the crash, according to the Miami Herald.

Witnesses said Ross had been celebrating his 37th birthday at the nearby Floridian restaurant after a night spent at club LIV in Miami Beach.

The restaurant was also struck in the hail of gunfire, reports the Herald. Onlookers there said they heard about 15 shots, which sounded like they came from a high-powered rifle.

Ross Rolls Royce
Ross, a Miami native, lives in nearby Davie. Detectives are urging anyone with information regarding this shooting to contact FLPD's Violent Crimes at 954-828-5546.

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