Rick Ross has been discussing his 'Idols Become Rivals' Birdman diss since it dropped. One of his most recent sit-downs was with Atlanta's 107.9, and Rozay said there could be more to come if Baby doesn't clean up his act.
"I just felt it was time for somebody to let homie know that that ain't gangsta," he said. "You won't be respected no more. I won't let nobody respect you around me. It ain't a diss record, it's just a clean your face record, because if you think you're just taking something away from somebody, that ain't the way it goes."Ross also said he could reveal a lot more information about Birdman, but he's holding back for now.
"It's so much I could say right now. I just want him to feel it," he stated. "Like, it's whatever. Just clean your face. Handle your business. What you get out of love, you ain't take it. If you're under the assumption you took something or taking something, I ain't got no respect for him."As far as a response, it doesn't seem like Birdman is interested in having a public back-and-forth with Ross, because earlier this month he called their beef "Hoe shit."
You can see Ross' interview below.