Rick Ross uses homophobic slur in Meek Mill song to reference 6ix9ine’s legal troubles

“Looking for a bond lawyers wanna tax, purple hair got them f****ts on your back.”

November 30, 2018
Rick Ross uses homophobic slur in Meek Mill song to reference 6ix9ine’s legal troubles Rick Ross performs onstage at #REVOLVEfestival. April 15, 2018.   Roger Kisby/Getty Images for REVOLVE

Meek Mill's new album Championships is out today, and it features a song called "What's Free" featuring JAY-Z and Rick Ross. During his verse, Rick Ross uses a homophobic slur after appearing to reference the federal racketeering and weapons charges currently faced by 6ix9ine – the New York City rapper has pled not guilty.

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Near the end of his verse, Ross raps “Screaming gang gang now you wanna rap, racketeering charges caught him on a tap/Looking for a bond lawyers wanna tax, purple hair got them f****ts on your back,” as Pitchfork points out.

Listen to the song below. The FADER has reached out to Rick Ross's representative for comment.

Rick Ross uses homophobic slur in Meek Mill song to reference 6ix9ine’s legal troubles