R&B singer [artist id="12684"]Monica[/artist] might be hooking up with [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist] on a track very soon. While chopping it up with the Miami bawse in a joint interview with MTV News, the Still Standing diva brought up the idea of collaborating on a song.
"We gotta do a record together," Monica told MTV News about teaming up with Ross. "So, you make sure you call me, I'm there," Monica playfully instructed the Teflon Don.
The stars kept the potential collaboration all about the music as Monica refused to charge for the record. "We don't do money," Monica insisted, shaking her head. "I don't want nothing." Ross agreed: "We go too far back, it's whatever."
While the ATL songbird and the Miami rapper may seem like a random pairing to some, the stars revealed that they go way back as figures in the Southern music scene. "I was on the grind but she most definitely was doing her thing and I've just been a quiet supporter for years," Ross said.
"I got little brothers, for real, by blood but now I got big brothers in these streets," Monica added, gesturing to Ross. "I'm thankful."
In addition to possibly working on a song together, Monica also mentioned that Ross might have a reality show coming his way. The singer, who stars in the BET reality show, "Monica: Still Standing," said that the producers behind her series are interested in working with Ricky Rozay.
"My people that actually did my show, they want to do a show about Rick because they always ask me who do I feel like represents something very strong out here," said Monica. "That was just something that we talked about so, they actually been looking for you for about two weeks," the star informed Ross. "Monica: Still Standing" is produced by produced by DuBoseEntertainment.
Whether the Rick Ross/ Monica joint pops off or the singer makes a cameo in any upcoming Ross reality show, Monica will definitely be busy soon. The star is heading out on the Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour with Trey Songz this summer.
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