Rick Ross spoke with Dwyane Wade on the retired NBA player’s podcast The Why and explained why he belongs in a rap hall of fame. [Jump to the 49:44-mark]

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“In the rap game, Rozay’s in the Hall of Fame. That’s without a doubt,” Ross told Wade. “And anybody questioning that, you ain’t gonna question Rozay looking me in my eyes. They’re not even serious. And that’s stamped by the streets, which means more. That means more to me than anything else … The Grammys, the awards, and all that, that sh*t is most definitely cool. Accolades are always cool … The streets why Rozay’s on Star Island.”

The Miami rapper’s last solo project was 2021’s Richer Than I Ever Been

Then in 2023, he dropped a collaborative album with Meek Mill titled Too Good to Be True, a project that Joe Budden wasn’t enthused about and said was just a cash grab.

Do you agree with Rozay’s opinion about being in a rap hall of fame?


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