Turk Says Rick Ross Should’ve Reached Out Before Mentioning Him In ‘Idols Become Rivals’ [WATCH]

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A few days ago Rick Ross dropped the video for his Birdman diss ‘Idols Become Rivals,’ in which he burned a copy of Lil Wayne’s contract with Cash Money Records.

Another person who’s named in the song is the former Hot Boy Turk, because he also had some issues with Birdman regarding money.

“Turk came home, take that boy a three piece,” said Rozay in the song.

Turk recently spoke with TMZ and said Ross should have contacted him before mentioning his name in the song.

“As far as speaking up for another man, he can’t speak up for me,” he said.” On my situation, me and Birdman, we dealt with our situation and handled it like men … If he did the record, I don’t think he should have said my name without hollering at me … Going back and forth, you know, trying to embarrass … that’s not going to fix the problem, it’s going to make another problem escalate … And by the way, it is a good record. He say ‘Take that boy a three piece.’ Man, he got all these Wingstops, he need to give me a 30 piece, you dig?”

Do you agree with Turk? Was it wrong for Ross to mention his name without contacting him first?

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