He doesn't just make love, he makes magic. But Rick RossRick Ross told MTV News on Tuesday that he isn't making any woman his wife — at least right now. Over the past couple of weeks, there has been speculation and reported confirmation that the Boss was proposing to the Brown Fox, Foxy BrownFoxy Brown.
Foxy and Ross adorn the cover of this week's Hip-Hop Weekly magazine, with the cover story teased as an exclusive about their impending nuptials. Their report had Foxy packing up her goods and hightailing it from her digs in New Jersey to live with Ross in Miami. All this comes on the heels of pictures hitting the Net of the couple hugging. Judging from the photos, however, it's hard to tell beyond a shadow of a doubt whether the hip-hop pair are boos or just showing some rap-world love.
You could hear the streets whisper about another huge hip-hop wedding. The groom could perform "Here I Am," while the bride could take the stage at the reception and rap "Get Me Home."
But earlier this week, Ross shot down the rumors. Although he didn't say if he and Foxy are indeed a couple, he did deny that he popped the question. In fact, he's already hitched ... to the moolah.
"Nah, nah, nah," he told us in Los Angeles. "The engagement is just speculation. I'm married to the money."
Ross is partnering up with another hip-hop star soon though: Baby from Cash Money. The two are filming a movie called "H" and are supposed to have a duet album to go along with it. Before that, the Boss will appear in DJ Khaled'sDJ Khaled's next video, "Out Here Grindin'," along with Ace Hood,Ace Hood, Young JeezyYoung Jeezy and AkonAkon. Ross' next LP is titled Deeper Than Rap, and he says it'll be out before 2009 comes.