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What's the big deal about the fake Rick Ross being a corrections officer?

It seems like all the rappers don't like him for that? So what? He was a corrections officer. What's the big deal? Is it because rappers who go to jail are suppose to be against cops or prison guards or anything related to that?

Asked By: ╚◘ԍѻᴅ◘╝ - 7/3/2010
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i kinda agree, seeing how alot of thugz who have a extensive juvenile record, and limited educations, often turn to being a correctional officer... More
Answered By: Akin - 7/3/2010
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You're kidding right?
Answered By: Who the f&$@ is Jiggaman - 7/3/2010
 
you don't act like you are a thug and then you are actually a CO, how dare you name an album Teflon Don, when you are the opposite
Answered By: Libs do it better - 7/3/2010
 
yeah rick was working for the man and he's a snitch
Answered By: HollywoodCrashkillaThaDon - 7/3/2010
 
Personally, I never gave a sh*t about all the people bashing him cause he was a C.O way back in the day. In my opinion, he's a pretty good rapper and that's all that matters.. a rappers past doesn't matter to me. As long as your lyrics are good then I give them respect.
Answered By: themovementt - 7/3/2010
 
Any rapper who is against Rick Ross is getting $10,000 everytime he goes on a radio station and says "Eat a ****". It's a quickie to get paid, but it also risks their career. It's like if I don't know...Young Jeezy was like "I hate Rick Ross because he is fake." it could make him a few extra thousand because it's... More
Answered By: heatherette - 7/3/2010
 
It's cause he lies about all the stuff he rap abouts, people no matter who they are, don't like fakes. His whole persona is of a thug/drug dealer, when he never did any of that. "And how the hell are you gonna say f*ck the law, when you WERE apart of it"
Answered By: Matt - 7/3/2010
 
from the beginning he rapped about sellin all this cocaine and stufff but he was a corrections officer. so clearly hes a fraud or a crooked cop. either way hes lame.
Answered By: mdz_the_great - 7/4/2010
 
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