Ct Patriot: Not only are they fake drug dealers. They are also closet satanic masons. Just saying.
RICK ROSS CHALLENGE
Expose the “War on Drugs” by sharing Rick Ross’ video on social media with the hashtag #RickRoss
NOVEMBER 25, 2014
After Rick Ross’ video challenging the rapper “Rick Ross” went viral, the question remains whether the rapper will rise to the challenge and fight the drug culture that’s continuously feeding a disproportionate number of minority youth into the prison system.
So far, Rick Ross’ video message has received over 400,000 views on the popular entertainment site WorldStarHipHop.com.
The corrupt prison-industrial complex profits from filling prisons with America’s youth convicted of non-violent, victimless crimes and you can help expose this by sharing Rick Ross’ video on social media with the hashtag #RickRoss
Screw Rick Ross
Despite denials, records show rap star worked as corrections officer
JULY 21, 2008
The Smoking Gun
Apparently desperate to distance himself from any affiliation with law enforcement, the rapper Rick Ross has recently denounced as fake photos purporting to show him in a former career as a Florida prison guard. But Department of Corrections (DoC) records show that Ross, whose raps detail the Miami gangster lifestyle and his supposed days trafficking cocaine, did, in fact, work as a correctional officer for 18 months.
Ross (real name: William Leonard Roberts) was appointed a prison guard in December 1995 at a salary of $22,913.54, according to this personnel record, which was provided to TSG by Jo Ellyn Rackleff, a DoC spokesperson. The rapper’s social security number is identical to that of the jail guard. According to the official document, Ross was earning $25,794.34 when he resigned in June 1997.
When a photo of a uniform-clad Ross surfaced last week on MediaTakeOut.com, the 32-year-old performer claimed to AllHipHop.com that unnamed “online hackers” put “my face when I was a teenager in high school on other peoples’ body. If this shit was real don’t you think they would have more specifics, like dates and everything?” He added, “Fake pictures are created by the fake, meant to entertain the fake.”
The photo, which you can find here, shows a 19-year-old Ross at a DoC ceremony (he was part of the department’s 60th graduating class). He is pictured shaking hands with Marta Villacorta, who then headed the South Florida Reception Center.
Freeway Ricky Ross Calls Out Jay Z on His Drug Dealing Past
OCT 25, 2013
Freeway Ricky Ross just appeared on the 100th episode of the Murder Master Music Show on UGS Radio. During his interview, Ross spoke about hip-hop’s ongoing struggle with authenticity, particularly relating to drug dealing. Interestingly, Ross chose to call out Jay Z, as he had just read Jay’s interview in Vanity Fair. Ross said:
“I was just reading on the airplane the other day in Vanity Fair with Jay-Z in it talking about that he sold crack. I was just reading it and it was so corny. These dudes just don’t keep it 100. They was good boys and went to school and got college degrees and somebody gave them a good job and they doin’ alright.”
Ross went on to say that “These people let them go and talk to their kids and the President of the United States will invite them to the White House, but with me I did 20 years in prison and I am telling them to not sell drugs and you gotta try to make it a better way.”