Was Rick Ross's Album Pulled From Walmart Because Of Donald Trump Line?

By HHL Editors

Rick Ross's Black Market album only moved 57,000 units it its first week, the worst opening of The Bawse's eight album career.

The album isn't available on Walmart (the biggest distributor of physical CD's) website, and doesn't appear to be in their stores. This may be because a line in the album's first track 'Free Enterprise' mentions killing Donald Trump.

"Assassinate Trump like I’m Zimmerman/Now accept these words as they came from Eminem." Ross raps.
Media analyst Mark Dice thinks he got the album pulled when he called Walmart and complained about that line. Dice explains what he did here:

In other words, Ross just got done in by a snitch.

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