Despite a photo and various documents showing that he was a correctional officer in his past, Miami rapper Rick Ross continues to deny ever being a prison guard.
Late last month, a picture showing Ross dressed as a prison guard begun circulating the internet and Ross would deny being a prison guard. The rapper claimed that the picture was photoshopped. [Watch Ross Denying Being A Correction Officer]
Last week, TheSmokingGun.com would release corrections records proving that Ross (born William Leonard Roberts) worked as a prison guard from 1995 to 1997. [View Documents]
In a recent interview with Phoenix's Power 98.3 (KKFR-FM), Ross denied being an officer.
“Dont believe the hype,” Ross said. “In the game we in, it’s real competitive. Competitors have to do what they have to do to eat. We making the best music. We the biggest in the game, we the best in the game. Just keeping it real. And anytime somebody can attack my character, like I said, you get nothing from the Boss. I don’t give haters the pleasure.”
“We gon’ keep the records
Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.coming, we gon’ keep the music coming. Like I said, I’m one of the realest sources of this real street music in this game," he continued. "Straight out of Miami, straight out of M-I-Yayo. One of my closest homies was on America’s Most Wanted.”
Rumor was that Trick Daddy was behind the leak of the photo but Trick recently revealed to MTV that he had nothing to do with it and that he is supporting Ross.
This is all very irrelevant to me. It's just something that people are taking and running into the damn ground. It will be forgotten in a few weeks.