Rick Ross has dished out verbal venom at DJ Envy as both men are preparing to host car shows in the coming weeks.
On Thursday (May 18), Rozay took to his Instagram Stories to remind the legendary New York DJ that he should steer clear from any vehicle wars as he’s clearly the triumphant one in the car show competition.
“Since we on our car show, DJ Envy, you’ll never be on my level,” Rick Ross began. “For one, you do car shows with rappers and my dead homies. So what you doing in Memphis, that’s for Dolph and I believe Dolph legacy should live on.
“But make sure every penny you make, you donate to Dolph family. You see that [pointing to a custom rug with Dolph’s face]. I been had that Dolph rug made, Ricky Rozay, so that’s what it’s about.”
He added: “And Envy, don’t nobody build cars to come to your car show. Don’t nobody drive from out of state to come to your car show, Envy. Da Beige Rage. You see? But make sure them people got everything they need, Envy. And Memphis, y’all better hold Envy to it.”
“Envy, when you go to Houston, that’s Trae [Tha Truth’s] show, n-gga. Everywhere you go, you rent. Them people gotta put you out at about what, 4:00 PM? That’s why you charge $15. This my front yard. We having a BBQ. We stay as late as Rozay want us to stay.
“Bow down, Envy. Bow down, beige boy. You a beige boy! And make sure my people good. We been had these. We show love, for real. You just marketing.”
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Rick Ross’ comical tirade toward DJ Envy could potentially stem from Envy’s comments on The Breakfast Club on Wednesday (May 17), where he discussed the permit issues the MMG mogul is facing with his car show in Fayetteville, Georgia on June 3.
Seemingly reveling in Rozay’s misfortune, DJ Envy wore a smirk on his face as he plugged his “Drive Your Dreams” car show, which is taking place on May 28 during the Dolphland Pop-Up Museum Tour in Memphis, Tennessee.
“My car show in Memphis is still going on down at the same venue, same place,” DJ Envy said in a sarcastic tone. “It is May 28th in Memphis and we’re going to have cars from Young Dolph, 50 Cent, Key Glock, and myself. And then Houston, we doing it at the same venue. We not moving it at the NRG stadium as well.”
Rick Ross previously appeared on an episode of Drink Champs last week and said that Envy was “never on my level.” However, he added that he “rocks” with the radio personality, so it seems more like friendly competition than anything serious.
Earlier this month, Rozay’s neighbors filed a petition to have his forthcoming car show cancelled.
According to WSB-TV, the rapper’s neighbors went to the Fayette County Board of Commissioners and complained that last year’s car show brought traffic in the area to a complete standstill.
Some neighbors have already signed petitions to kill the car show and others are threatening to go on vacation just to avoid the excess of people.
“I have the petitions here that we signed,” one person told the board during a meeting. “We feel locked out. It took me 40 minutes to get out of my subdivision,” one homeowner told the publication.