Thursday, July 24

More Photos of Rick Ross as a Police Officer Have Leaked

And we got em!

This is too funny.

In case you're behind on this story, it's been revealed that The Boss was actually a Correctional Officer in a Florida prison before he was making up songs about selling coke. Pictures of him in a guard's uniform leaked to the net, and Ross adamantly denied that the photos were real; claiming that they were a photoshop job:

"Online hackers" put "my face when I was a teenager in high school on other peoples' body. If this shit was real don't you think they would have more specifics, like dates and everything?" He added, "Fake pictures are created by the fake, meant to entertain the fake."

Well, the has the specifics. In fact, they released actual documents and records proving Ross was in fact a correctional officer for 2 years from 1995 - 1997. In a recent videotaped interview, Ross replied, "No, that's not true" when asked if he had worked as a prison guard. He claimed that the phony story was being circulated by haters upset by his success in the rap world, where, "I came out of nowhere and just took over the streets."

The funny shit to me is that Ross won't break character and admit to this. He continues to stick to the drug kingpin persona and claim he was moving mountains of yayo in Miami and rubbing elbows with some of the biggest druglords in the game. Well, it looks like he might have learned everything he knows from being in prison -- but on the other side of the bars. In my opinion, he's telling the stories of all the gangsters he put in handcuffs. Besides, no major drug runners brag about that shit. The goal of criminal conspiracies is to have as few people know about it as possible, not the 600,000 people who bought your album. Don't you know, real bad boys move in silence. (c) Biggie Smalls.

"I'm the biggest fraud that you've seen thus far."

The Boss Lost.

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