Rick Ross and Meek Mill’s relationship has been the source of contention.
While promoting his new album Richer Than I Ever Been, Rozay revealed where they stand today in the wake of a reported fallout.
“I feel like we both hustlers,” Ross said during “A Conversation With Rick Ross” at the GRAMMY Museum.
“That’s one thing about life. You either grow together or grow apart, and as a boss, you make that decision. But whatever it is you wanna do, Ricky Rozay wanna see you do it.”
— ME 🇭🇹 (@BLACKDYNAMITE91) DECEMBER 9, 2021
Earlier this year, it was reported that Meek had become frustrated with his Maybach Music contract and wanted off the label. He also allegedly denied Ross entry to his section while celebrating his birthday at a Miami nightclub in May.
In October, the Dream Chasers rapper put his label on blast, claiming he hasn’t received money from his music and is looking to pursue legal action.
“i haven’t get paid from music and i don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!! i need lawyers asap!!!” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet.
But despite their ongoing issues, Rozay said he only wants to see Meek win, whether it’s with him or not. “I wanna see the homie shine regardless of whatever happen.”
On his song “Little Havana,” he addresses Meek: “I was really throwin’ money, I really saw Meech / And I let them rapper ni**as get closer to Meek / It ain’t ’bout who made the most but let’s make a toast / ‘Cause a lot of ni**as told and kept it on the low.”
When asked to explain the lyrics, Ross said, “Let the homie live. I’ma go my way, you could go yours. But make sure you keep winnin’, brother. That’s all Rozay wanna see.”
While he didn’t get into details, he considers Meek family and only wants what’s best for him. “That’s just like a brother or sister, whatever it is, I wanna see you win. Even if you get married and move to Colorado, I wanna make sure you eating good on Thanksgiving.”
Rozay noted that Meek showed his support by posting the cover art for Richer Than I Ever Been on Instagram.
However, Meek is not featured on Rozay’s 11th studio album, which includes collaborations with Wale, Jazmine Sullivan, 21 Savage, Wiz Khalifa, Benny the Butcher, and Future.