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What's up everybody! Just a quick message. We will be relaunching AllHipHop.com with the goal of keeping the community front and center. I have worked with Jamal and select moderators, to make sure The Illl Community's needs are being addressed as we evolve. We are encouraging you to use the new platform.

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  • Re: Lets be honest bruh who really cares about a G-unit reunion

    Your to young to appreciate it

    Carry on bumping Wiz Khalifa lol
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  • Re: Video: Suge Knight Disses Rick Ross.. "He Need To Shave His Beard & Go Back To Being A Cop."

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  • Re: Ayo... whats Rick Ross backstory(he a skitzo?)


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    Between 1982 and 1989, federal prosecutors estimated, Freeway" Rick Ross bought and resold several metric tons of cocaine. In 1980 dollars, his gross earnings were said to be in excess of $900 million – with a profit of nearly $300 million. In 1996, Ross was sentenced to life imprisonment and at the same time a good young kid William Roberts was working in a Miami prison watching the news and reading his file.

    Ross, whose real name is William Leonard Roberts II, came from a middle-class family with educated parents, earned average grades in high school and was a standout football lineman his senior year.

    He graduated high school, won a football scholarship & spent a year at Albany State University studying criminal justice.

    His mother was a nurse and his father, whom she divorced, had earned several educational degrees. Until Ross was 14, he lived in a tidy corner house in a hard-scrabble neighborhood around the corner from Carol City High, where he later played football under legendary coach Walter Frazier.

    “He wasn’t an angel. We used to get on him about missing practices, especially when it was hot,” Frazier recalls. “Football was important to him, and he hung with a special group of guys — fun-loving guys who all went out together.’’

    “He was cool, and we were together practically every day,” Morgan said. He said they pretty much stayed out of trouble, other than an occasional shoplifting or stiffing a cab driver. The friends were both hefty and called each other “Fat Boy” from the time they were kids.

    If Ross initially grew up in a rough neighborhood, he didn’t stay. In 1992, when Ross was 16, county records show that his mother, Tommie Roberts, purchased a 2,300 square foot home in Rolling Oaks Estates, an upscale cul-de-sac community in Miami Gardens.

    But after dropping out of college, Ross’ mother pressured him to go to work so that he would stay away from the grittier realities of street life, Morgan said..

    In 1995, at the age of 19, he graduated from the training academy and was hired as an officer at the South Florida Reception Center, a prison facility. When he resigned two years later, he was earning $25,000 a year.

    Frazier said he was shocked when he learned who “Ross” was. He happened to see him on television and was taken aback by some of the language in his music.

    When he saw Ross a few years later, the rapper told him, “Hey coach, I have to make a dollar.’’

    “I guess you have to do what you have to do to be popular and sell records,’’ Frazier said.

    Records show he agreed to perform a wide range of correctional officer duties including shoot an inmate attempting to escape.

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  • Re: Nas: "I Don't See Enough Emcees Who Are Brave Enough To Be Honest"

    Nas isn't exactly honest in his music is he and he does songs with known frauds and liars so his just as bad as them
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  • Re: The Official Rick Ross "Mastermind" Album Thread (3.4.14)

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    @getoboy look@ who that clown has n his avi hes obviously upset ross shitted on his favorite MUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNKEE lol

    What did William do to 50 apart from go in the booth and be a studio gangster???





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