Rick Ross Denies L.A. Robbery Reports
Rapper Rick Ross has responded to reports that he was robbed of a valuable chain earlier this week in California.
In an interview with SpliffTv, Rick Ross addressed the rumors, while announcing the release of a new mixtape/EP titled Albert Anastasia with DJ Smallz, which will drop prior to the release of his official album Teflon Don.
“I wasn’t in LA two days ago. I got a call saying I was in LA,” Ross stated. “Two fake Twitter gangsters said they robbed me for a chain. There’s too many real ni**as in LA I see yall, to even think about letting the fake Twitter thugs f**k the real ni**s up.”
Ross’ new mixtape Albert Anastasia is named after Albert “The Mad Hatter” Anastasia, a ruthless Italian Mafia leader who ruled New York’s Gambino family from 1951-1957.
Additionally Anastasia headed up the notorious Murder Inc. stable of mob killers before he himself was infamously murdered while getting a shave in barber’s chair.
Ross revealed that he could possibly be hitting the road to promote Teflon Don with Sean "Diddy" Combs, who is slated to release his upcoming album Last Train to Paris on June 22nd.
“We cooking up the big layout now for the albums. Last Train to Paris will be in stores soon, Teflon Don will be in stores too, so we are just cooking up the big layout. We are just going to do what we do and make sure fans know its in the streets.”
According to Ross, Albert Anastasia will be released over Memorial Day Weekend.
“Its most definitely a dope mixtape. It’s most definitely going to have all new music on there. I been releasing a few freestyles just preppin this shit. It’s definitely going to be a classic mixtape. Just to feed the real ni**as in the streets before I give them this Teflon Don.”
Teflon Don is due in stores June 29th.