If we are to believe his rap lyrics, Rick Ross has no problems with date rape. He recently rapped about slipping the party drug molly into a woman's drink and taking advantage of her drugged state later.
"Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it/
I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it."
Apparently in the world of Rick Ross, it's not really rape if you aren't conscious enough to say "No, Stop!"
Women's groups have been speaking up against Rick Ross and reaching out to his corporate sponsor Reebok to get them to drop him from their ad campaign for his reckless lyrics.
As of today's date, Reebok is still employing the Rapper Rick Ross to help promote their newest line of sneakers.
In all honesty I can't imagine Reebok bowing to the pressures of these women's groups to drop Rick Ross because after all, the man raps about selling cocaine on a fairly consistent basis.
Anyways ladies, guard your drinks around the rapper Rick Ross.
At press time he has issued an apology for the "misinterpretation" of his lyrics
He first tweeted
“I don’t condone rape. Apologies for the #lyric interpreted as rape.”
An hour later he decided to try to tweet something a little bit better
“Apologies to my many business partners, who would never promote violence against women.”
He's still trying to call this a misunderstanding of sorts, it will be interesting to see if the women's group Ultraviolet let's him breathe after that half-hearted apology.