Rick Ross Plans To Delay God Forgives, I Don't

'The date is still tentative because of my health situation,' Ross tells 'RapFix Live.'

Rick Ross appeared on Wednesday's (November 16) "RapFix Live" to give fans an update on his health and the status on his fifth solo album, God Forgives, I Don't, after suffering two seizures in October.

With Maybach Music rapper Meek Mill at his side, Ricky Rozay confirmed that the December 13 release date for his album is subject to change because of the lull in his workflow.

"The date is still tentative, December 13. [Because of] my little health situation, I had to postpone a lot of my groundwork," Ross said. "And I feel like that's important for artists like myself.

"If I wanted to, I'm pretty sure I could still meet that date, but I think for the people, it's more important [to lay groundwork] for when I get out there and look them in the face and touch them hands," Ross said, explaining the likelihood of a delay. "We've just gotta lay ground for it, and I'mma keep y'all updated."

During his rest and recovery period, Ross had time to link up with Jay-Z for a new track, which is set to appear on God Forgives, I Don't. "Just expect the biggest collabo we've ever made together. It's just gonna make the project mean that much more," he said. "Any time me and the Big Homie get together, you know I'm coming with my A-game, 'cause I wanna make sure the homie is impressed with whatever I'm coming to the table with — and he was. He blessed me, so y'all get ready for it."

Until Rick Ross finally releases God Forgives, I Don't, he continues to heavily promote Ambition, the sophomore album from his Maybach Music artist Wale.

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