Demi Lobo Interviews Jacob Latimore
Demi Lobo Interviews Elle Varner
Demi Lobo Interviews Mario
Demi Lobo Interviews Wale
Demi Lobo Interviews Lloyd Parts 1&2
Demi Lobo Interviews Diggy Simmons
Demi Lobo Interviews Marsha Ambrosius Parts 1&2
Demi Lobo Interviews Keri Hilson Parts 1&2
Demi Lobo Interviews Star Shell
Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross appears to be continuing to brush up his tarnished image after dropping rape-condoning lyrics on "U.O.E.N.O" with a new record called "National Champs."
While there is no time stamp to when Ross wrote his raps, some decoded lyrics suggest he penned the track in response to the backlash he has received as of late.
So, this is well-timed. And by "well" we mean "terribly." Rick Ross -- who is now officially "embattled rapper Rick Ross" as the controversy surrounding his rape-endorsing line on Rocko's"U.O.E.N.O." rages on -- has released a new track called "National Champs," in which he denounces sexual assault. The line in question goes as follows: "Hole in my hammer / It get cold in the winter / My lil' n*ggas on fire / I f*cks with no sex offenders." Whether this is a direct response to the "U.O.E.N.O." controversy or just a coincidental rhyme on a song released today in hopes of stemming the anti-Ross tide is anyone's guess, but nonetheless there is little hope of it helping his cause in any significant manner. (SPIN)
A few days ago, Ross issued a statement on his previous lyrics in light of a protest against him at a New York City Reebok store on Thursday (April 4).
"I dont condone rape.Apologies for the #lyric interpreted as rape. #BOSS," Ross tweeted April 4th.
"Apologies to my many business partners,who would never promote violence against women. @ReebokClassics @ultraviolet" (Rick Ross' Twitter)