Rick Ross Drops Music Video for His Drake Diss "Champagne Moments"

The visual arrives a week after the track dropped on streaming services.

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Rick Ross’ diss track lashing out at Drake got the music video treatment.

On Tuesday, Rozay dropped the Shula the Don-directed visual for “Champagne Moments” a week after releasing the song on streaming services.

Ross, 48, calmly smokes and laughs inside a garage in the video. Although an unidentified white man appears on the "Champagne Moments" single art, there's no sighting of #BBLDrizzy in the video.

“We on a yacht watching the visuals for ‘Champagne Moments,’ and what’s dope about the video is we kept it so simple. When you listen to the record, I didn’t even ad-lib the record, we did none of that,” said Ross on his Instagram Story. “I made the verse, shit ain’t take a hour, put it on the street, did what it was supposed to do.”

It seems like Rozay didn’t waste much time turning in the video either, based on a carousel he uploaded to his Instagram account last week in the same outfit and warehouse seen in the clip.

The photoshoot also appears to be part of Ross’ promotional strategy for his upcoming Car & Bike Show, which will take place on June 1 in Fayetteville, Georgia.

Ross dropped “Champagne Problems” online just hours after 37-year-old Drake’s “Push Ups” diss track leaked. Since then, the two have engaged in a series of back-and-forth shots at each other with accusations of nose jobs and BBLs

The MMG boss also denied a theory that Drake owns a percentage of Ross’ publishing and others that the 6ix God is currently beefing with.

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