Rick Ross was on Power 105's Breakfast Club show recently, where he talked about his upcoming album, Black Market, which drops tomorrow. Aside from the talk about the album, Rozay discussed his new song, "Color Money," and the few lines on the track where it sounded like he was taking shots at Drake and Birdman. Ross didn't deny the shots on the record, and said at the end of the day he's going to stick up for MMG and that it is what it is. During his last appearance on the show, Ross said that the issues between Meek Mill and Drake wasn't a real beef and he could see them doing a song together eventually again. 

While Ross danced around a few of the questions, he did straight up say that he currently doesn't have a relationship with Birdman, and that he's sticking with Lil Wayne through his turbulent label situation with Cash Money. "For me to see the way things have transpired, I can't respect that, and I don't respect that," Ross said. Though he admitted he thought about it, Ross also said that he never openly talked with Wayne about trying to get him onto his MMG label. Weezy is currently suing Birdman and Cash Money over money owed to him. 

Though Rozay has yet to drop his song "Ghostwriter" from the album, he did talk about it during the interview, as well as the topic of ghostwriting in rap. "I think making dope music is what's fine, chasing line for line that ain't cool at all," Ross said. Rozay, who said he's ghostwritten for artists in the past, did say that if an artist has a whole body of work put together by someone else it becomes an issue. 

Ross' Black Market album is currently available to pre-order on iTunes here