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Gillie Da Kid Blasts Rick Ross On Social Media: A Story Of Lies, And Cows

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Gillie Da Kid has been beefing with Rick Ross for months now, but on Friday, July 15 he took it to the next level by insulting the rapper in a video shared on his Instagram page.

The feud between the ‘Million Dollaz Worth of Game’ host and the ‘Rich Forever’ mogul started a few months ago after Ross named the podcaster host a “fraud.”

It all began when Young Money President Mack Maine exposed Gillie on his Instagram page. He criticized a remark Gillie made about Lil Wayne.

During an interview on ‘It’s Tricky’ with Raquel Harper, the podcaster host allegedly said that he ran into Weezy at a Jackson State University event and that the rapper was shocked upon seeing him. He also claimed that Wayne run out of fear.

Rick Ross referred to Gillie Da Kid as a “fraud” in a comment on the Mack Maine video. This prompted Gillie to abruptly start ranting against Rozay on his podcast.

During his podcast, Gillie said: “These old n***** they don’t hear the roar of the crowd no more, and they still think the world gon’ come back so they are on Instagram and they be on social media doing dumb shit. I just bought a cow. You know I was gonna bake you n*****, I saw you in the comments n****, you knew I was gonna bake your goofy ass.”

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In his mansion, Ross responded with a humorous video of his own.: “Fellas, fellas let me give you the real game. When I spent more money on my cow than you do on your wife and kids every month, You should take notes. And what is more important meet my bear. This is my bear I name my bear Lulu. That’s my bear. Toast to the biggest.”

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In another video uploaded on his Instagram page, Ross announced the launch of his new podcast. just to irritate Gillie.

The Big Boss said: “So guys I woke up and had this beautiful idea, a boss idea. Imma start a podcast! Dead ass serious and guess what… I want you to help me name my podcast. And if I decide to use your name guess what… I will bless you with the whole E-Trinity.”

Gillie quickly responded with the image below and the matching caption: “I got ur name 4 ur podcast @Richforever aka The Mickey Mouse Show. ur history ain’t right to fu$k with me u betta leave that alone.”

The quarrel between the two escalated to the point that Gillie went ballistic in one of his latest recordings.

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Outraged, in a video uploaded on his Instagram page on July 15, Gillie recorded the following message directed to The Rich Forever tycoon with the caption: “Leave me Thee fu$k alone. Dis ain’t what u want. I represent 4 the youth so I refuse to let old ni$$az play with me. Go feed ur cow.”

Listen, man, I’m only going to tell you this one time. Ross, you better stop playing with me man. You hear me and mind your business because you went on an Instagram page commenting about me. Calling me out my name for no reason. This is how this s** started so I’m gonna tell you again man. Leave me the f** alone man!

I see your little funky-ass video. I spend more money on my cow’s hooves than you spend on your wife. You’re probably right cause I ain’t bored.

Gillie also mentioned an old song by the rapper that was later banned and in which Ross raps about drugging women and having slept with them while they were unconscious. The host says: “Ain’t you that n*** that says I put molly all in that drink she don’t know it. Goddamn !! Ricky raped a bitch.”

“Stop talking about money man cause money don’t unlay my lane. There’s a lot of suck ass n** out here with money and you on that list. You the captain of the suckers with money association of America and we ain’t impressed.”: he continued.

In the three-minute video, Gillie continued in trashing Ross’ reputation, image, and even his liquor brand.

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“Stop talking about money man and stop pushing that bel air on n* cause they don’t drink that s no more”: he said.

The beef between these two has been going on for a few months now—and it doesn’t seem like either of them is willing to back down anytime soon!

Written by: Silvia Tine

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