Rick Ross left In Fear Of His Life after a Local Rapper and Crew bogarded him from performing in Detroit Summer Jamz Rick Ross Clears The Air

BHR Hollywood Reports..........Hip-hop fans were left disappointed over the weekend after rapper Rick Ross cancelled his performance at the Summer Jamz concert in Detroit after being left "in fear of his life".
The rapper was forced to cancel over fears of his safety

The performance which was due to take place at Chene Park on Saturday was called off after a blockade of 100 people stopped the rapper, whose real name is William Leonard Roberts II, from entering the building.

The crowd were less than impressed when the news of the cancellation was broken by organiser of the event, 107.5's radio programme director, Jay Hicks. According to The Huffington Post, he said "We had Rick Ross right outside here tonight at about 11 o'clock. When he was pulling up to come into Chene Park, he was met by 100 individuals outside.  We have tried to pull every resource together and ask him to come back."Ross fear for his safety his."

Rick Ross
"And that n***** is not performing here tonight, and he may never come back to Detroit. So I'm sorry to say that the concert is over. I hope you enjoyed yourselves. We tried our best," he added. The protest of 100 attendees was allegedly started by local rapper Trick Trick, who in his latest song, No Fly Zone, suggests that other rappers need to ask his permission to visit the city.

The rapper was forced to cancel over fears of his safety

In a statement released by the venue manager, The Right Productions, Shahida Mausi said: “We want to extent our deepest regrets to our patrons who attended Summer Jamz17 who should have been treated to an outstanding performance from Rick Ross."

"We have the upmost respect for our guests at Chene Park and they deserve better. ... Acts of intimidation, bullying, threats or violence of any kind that compromises the security and enjoyment of our shows will not be tolerated at Chene Park," Mausi said.

David Rudolph, a spokesman for Chene Park and The Right Productions was also disappointed by what happened, he told The Huffington Post: "Why would you do something that reaffirmed to those who want to believe Detroit is a dangerous place?"

He also added: "We are moving in a new direction and people like TrickTrick are not welcomed especially if he is going to intimidate artists wanting to entertain Detroiters!"

Rick Ross sat down with Felisha Monet "The Voice of The City" for a live
       interview on 99 Jamz where he addressed the Detroit Talk

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