As you've probably heard by now, Rick Ross is in some hot water over a controversial lyric he spit on Rocko’s “U.E.O.N.O.” (“Put Molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it/I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.”)
Despite the protests and petitions against Ross, the fact fellow rapper Talib Kweli has also called him out, and Rozay himself has offered a half-assed apology for the line, MMG's Meek Mill is right by his side. Meek went on D.C. Radio and defended what his boss had to saying, claiming it was just art and pointing out that Biggie once said some horrible things too.
I don’t even care about nobody criticizing no lyrics. People rap about killing stuff all day. Biggie said, “Rape your kid, throw her over the bridge” back then, it was nothing, it was just hip-hop. Now you got all these weirdos on these social sites voicing their opinion about something anybody say. I don’t care, I’m from the hood. I never really cared about what nobody saying in no rap. Rap’s always been talking about killing, drugs, all types of stuff. So you can’t just criticize no one thing nobody say. It’s imaginary visual. If a writer write about somebody getting raped in a movie, that mean he a rapist or he want girls to get raped? No, he just wrote about that in a movie.
So we guess all that talk of Ross being a gangster and the biggest Bawse and is all an "imaginary visual" too, right? Right.