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10 comments to “Rick Ross Tweets Half-Assed Apology For Rape Lyrics; Blames Fans For Misinterpreting Him”

  1. 1

    i agree but if only he could WOMAN UP he probably wouldnt even think about writing such BRAINDEAD lyrics that cant possibly be interpreted any other way. no woman wants sex with a dead/unconscious zombie of a body. some men are so disgusting i could hurl on all of them

  2. hay says – reply to this


    he's disgusting. there is no other way to interpret those lyrics. Sad.

  3. 3

    A misogynistic, black rapper; who'd have thought?

  4. 4

    Isn't someone trying to kill him in a drive by? If at first you don't succeed….

  5. 5

    Ugh. Disgusting. Not all rapes are violent. RAPE is anytime you have sex with a woman WHO DID NOT OR COULD NOT GIVE CONSENT.

  6. Dominic0 says – reply to this


    Just signed the petition to have him dropped as Reebok's spokesperson.

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    He has to know that people are just going to hate him for trying to "apologize" with the finger of blame being pointed AWAY from him. No one accepts that apology because it's NOT an apology. He is being an even worse jerk by suggesting we're all the bad ones for interpreting the words in the ONLY possible way. He knew what he was saying… get a girl drunk, get her back to his place, have sex with her (rape her) and she won't even know it happened. ONE way to interpret those lyrics. He's a piece of garbage.

  8. Malcolm says – reply to this


    Yeah what he said was wrong and disgusting, but what about all the rappers who rap about killing people? Selling drugs to kids? Slapping women? Pimping women? Where is the outrage around those lyrics? Move the fuck on. You don't have to buy Reeboks or any other products he endorse. If it wasn't for that line that song would have been heard by less than 500,000 people.

  9. @v@ says – reply to this


    It was a terrible premise lyrically. He didn't even have a good cover excuse, like 'it was written from the mind and viewpoint of a sociopathic, misogynistic rapist,' which it was.
    Hopefully, internal reflection by Rick Ross in 3, 2, 1…

  10. felish says – reply to this


    This shouldn't be a big deal. There are plenty of rappers who rap about rape and murder. People write and direct movies with even worse content. Stop acting like this is the first time someone has done this sort of thing. Get your patties out of a bunch