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."

Naturally, Ross was asked about Rick Ross, and accused him of being financed by the police union. The 100th episode of Murder Master Music Show also included appearances from Kokane, Spice-1, and more.

[via UGS]

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