Rick Ross is fresh off of an epic Verzuz battle against 2 Chainz last week that many hip-hop fans approved of heavily. The two played their best records to date. There was plenty of entertainment as well as Ross was seen getting a massage and 2 Chainz brought out dancers to perform “Bandz A Make Her Dance.” Both are two legends in hip-hop and everyone appreciated the greatness that was on display as it was streamed on Verzuz’ Instagram feed and on Apple Music.
Tell ye to have Sunday service on my lawn.
— Yung Rénzél 👑 (@RickRoss) August 9, 2020
Ross also previewed a new single during the Verzuz which was “Pinned To The Cross” featuring Finn Matthews. That ended up being released at midnight as everyone was impressed with the Terry Crews diss at the beginning of the song as well.
Ross wants to continue to celebrate his wins as he now wants Kanye West to have one of his Sunday Service events at his lawn at his mansion. He said “Tell Ye to have Sunday Service on my lawn” on Twitter.
It’ll be interesting to see if this truly does happen. Ye hasn’t had a Sunday Service event in months due to the COVID-19 pandemic and when he had them, he would pack every single one. He has recently been running for president but it’s been a disaster as he’s missed deadlines to appear on ballots in many states and his signatures to get on others have been invalid as he could be investigated soon for election fraud regarding these signatures.
Ross also spoke on West in a new interview with Billboard regarding his meltdowns and presidential run. He said West needs to clarify things because things aren’t looking good.
“He had somebody reach out to me last week. I slept through the phone call,” said Ross. “I just don’t want to drop him on his head yet because it ain’t clear to me what’s going on. I haven’t really did any due diligence, I just see what headlines come across, and we know a lot of that shit inaccurate. So I’m gonna wait for his phone call again and hopefully, I’m up to catch that motherfucker and ask a few questions. He gotta clarify some things, though. It ain’t looking good.”
“Ima speak to him personally,” Ross added in an interview with Hot 97. “Obviously, me seeing what ‘Ye doing, it don’t get my approval… But like I said I’m responsible enough and have relationship enough with homie that when I speak to him, I pray homie give me that clarification.”
Ross and West have collaborated on songs in the past as well such as “Sanctified” in 2014 featuring Big Sean. Ross also played his unreleased verse from West’s “Famous” record from 2016.