Maybach Music Group’s Gunplay has stepped up to update fans on the current status of label boss Rick Ross and assured everyone his longtime friend is in good condition after dodging gunfire this week.
While brief with his words, Gunplay confirmed Ricky Rozay did not endure any serious injuries following Monday’s near-fatal attack.
“He good, he good. Rozay is good, man,” Gunplay said in an interview. “He’s unf*ckwitable, man. It’s the untouchable Maybach, man. You don’t understand. It’s for real, for real, though.” Reports indicated that Ross had hired 24-hour security to protect him following in the incident, but Gunplay says he’s heard nothing of the sort. “Nah, I don’t know about details like that. I know my dog good, though.”
G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T provided a minor update for fans hours prior to Gunplay’s comments. “I don’t wanna hear about that with anybody. I definitely hit him up like, ‘Yo just let me know you’re okay,’ ” Push told MTV news on Tuesday (January 29). “He was just like, ‘Yeah he’s just layin’ back.’ That was enough for me. … It’s tough out here as an artist and being in rap it’s like this is the only profession where you don’t really leave your core. You don’t really leave your upbringing. You don’t really leave that behind; you stay in it lyrically and so on and so forth. So it’s like you can’t really get out of it, you can’t really get away from it. I don’t care how much money you have.”