Rick Ross is campaigning for Hip Hop's Nobel Peace Prize. He recently revealed how he squashed the beef between Meek Mill and Drake, and now he's claiming that his cut 'Idols Become Rivals' is less of a Birdman diss and more of a song to bring the Cash Money boss and Lil Wayne together.
"I just feel like us being who we are ... It's about us building together and not necessarily tearing each other down," he said during an interview with Complex. "A lot of people may have took that as a diss record but for me, I hope homie took something from that. I hope something good come from that. I hope that him and Wayne will be able to work out whatever it is and anybody else that's watching will understand there's different ways to deal with things."So far it doesn't seem like 'Idols Become Rivals' has helped Birdman and Weezy's relationship, and some might say that Ross is being unrealistic in thinking that his song will be able to accomplish all of that.
You can watch Rozay's full interview below.