Rick Ross Responds To Walmart Pulling 'Black Market' Over Trump Lyrics

By HHL Editors

Rick Ross's new album Black Market isn't in Walmart's stores or on the retailer's website. The word is that's because its first track 'Free Enterprise' mentions assassinating Donald Trump.

Rick Ross has responded to Walmart's ban, and he does so by referencing rival mega-retailer Target.

In light of recent news that his album was PULLED from #walmart due to lyrics about "assassinating #donaldtrump" - #rickross laughs it off and says he lives across the street from the guy who owns target... BAUCE MOVE OR WHAT?

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"They say they ban us at Wal-Mart, but they don't know, I live across the street from the nigga who own Target," Rick Ross brags.
In other words, The Bawse is rich!

But he may need to downsize and get new neighbors if his albums continue to sell like the Walmart-banned Black Market.

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