The rumor goes that Trick Trick organized a mob of people to meet Ross at the Chene Park Amphitheater and bar him for entering the venue. Rozay has already shot down those reports and on Thursday (June 26), Trick posted a video on WorldStarHipHop.com where he addresses things, as well.
"Concerning myself and that individual, it's none of your motherf--kin' business," he barked at the camera, never referencing Ross by name. "That's a grown man, I'm a grown man. Grown men don't put grown men business out to the motherf--kin' public."
According to Ross, who spoke with 99 Jamz in Miami earlier this week, when members of his team arrived at the venue ahead of him, they were met by a locked gate and a gathering of people who were protesting the rapper. Trick was said to be behind the protest.
Earlier this year, Trick dropped a track titled “No Fly Zone,” where he warns out-of-town rappers that they need permission from him to enter his native city. Some reports painted the incident as a sort of extortion plot where Trick was looking to get some type of money out of Ross. Trick Trick says that is all false.
"My 'No Fly Zone' ain't about takin' nobody's money. I don't want your motherf--kin' money, nobody," he said. "What the f--k I look like telling somebody you gotta pay me to come to my town? Don't you think I'd be in f--kin' prison if that's what was going on."
Trick, who just recently dropped his The Godfather 3 mixtape, says it's about respect, not money. "I don't want your money. If you're coming here to get $100,000, by all means get your $100,000," he said. "The natives have come to support you and be a part of your movement. Don't turn your ass at 'em, take their money and turn your ass at 'em. And you don't owe them no money, but respect them."
In the end, Trick seems frustrated because a very private matter went public, but he did apologize to fans who did not get to see Ross perform.