Rick Ross was the musical guest on last night's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, where he performed "Nobody" with French Montana. It was Rozay's first live television performance of his latest single, so he may have been suffering from the jitters when he flubbed a line in the second verse. Instead of rapping, "My niggas ride for less, keep it real, homie, made me filthy," he recited a line from earlier in the verse. For the next four bars Ross proceeded to walk around the stage as if he didn't forget his lines, but rather chose to forgo rapping them, because that's what bosses do on live TV. The best part about this clip though is Ross' hypeman, who follows the rapper's lead with the wrong lyrics. Now that's dedication.

Rick Ross' new album Mastermind is out now.

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