Million Dollaz Worth of Game’ Gillie Da King disses Rick Ross over ‘Fraud’ comment.
Gillie Da King Disses Rick Ross & His Cow Purchase Over Lil Wayne Incident
During a recent interview with multi-platinum producer Southside on Monday (July 11), the Philadelphia legend ridiculed Rick Ross for doing “dumb sh*t” on social media and brought up his controversial past as a correctional officer.
“These old n-ggas, they don’t hear the roar of the crowd no more and they still think the roar gon’ come back, so they be on Instagram and they be on social media doing dumb shit,” he said. “‘I just bought a cow!’ Why the fuck would you buy a cow for?
“You know I was gonna bake you, n-gga. I seen you in them comments, n-gga. You know I was gonna bake your goofy ass. Fuck wrong with you? Don’t ever comment on nothing about me, n-gga, when you used to be a C.O., n-gga. When you used to lock n-ggas like Wallo in the cell, n-gga. You know I was gonna bake your dumb ass.”
Akademiks later shared the post on his page with the caption reading that Gillie was "sneak dissing" Rozay. The Million Dollaz Worth Of Game hosted stated that his words were far from subliminal.
Gillie Da Kid explained in the comments section of DJ Akademiks’ above Instagram post, “Ak this ain’t no fuckin sneak diss. I’m talkin to Ross he should of never been in Mack Maine comments callin me a fraud.”
Back In May, Gillie claimed during an appearance on It’s Tricky with Raquel Harper that his long-time rival Lil Wayne ducked him at a Jackson State University event. “He looked up [and] I was in the doorway [he showed that Wayne offered his hand for a handshake], and [he] got the fuck out of there,” he said.
The post has since been deleted, so it’s unclear what Rick Ross wrote exactly.
Rick Ross purchase his first cow which he named Thor) in February and documented the moment on Instagram.
He captioned the video, “My 1st cow.”
“I’m ready for it right now. I’m ready for it,” Ross says as he shows off the bull. “I’m happier than a motherfucker, this a dream come true for Rozay. You know what this is for a young boy from Carol City, [Florida] to have horses and now—a big boy added? Come on down. You good,” he says when the cow is let out of a trailer.
“Yeeeeeeah!” Rozay yells while the bull runs around its fenced-in pen. “That’s yours! Welcome to the promised land, baby. … Look at them horses looking, mind y’all business.”