Trick Trick Denies Robbing Rick Ross, “If I Wanted To Get Officer Ricky, I’d Get Em!”
Detroit rapper Trick Trick has stepped up to deny rumors and accusations which suggest he may have had something to do with Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross’ tour bus getting burglarized in his hometown last weekend.
Trick Trick resorted to Twitter and set the record straight on the media gossip.
“I wasn’t gona entertain this weak sh*t but, if I wanted to get officer ricky, I’d get em! Not tear up a tour bus! That’s B*TCH sh*t! GSM,” he tweeted July 23rd.
“U fake a** wanabe journalist kill me printin rumors! I ain’t that kinda guy! If I want yo a** Beat its gettn beat! F*cc officer Ricky! GSM”
“I ain’t got no problems wit dat n*gga. Since n*ggas in the D succ em off so well. I just let em succ em! I ain’t no cocc blocc either! GSM”
“U MF’s so quicc 2 put my name on some ole Hoe sh*t! N*gga This the Muthaf*ccin GOON SQWAD! We ain’t in 2 the B*tch sh*t! That’s 4 u kids GSM”
“I don’t support tearin up the boy sh*t but I also Don’t Give a f*cc either. Just leave my name OUT of that weak sh*t! I’m bout Dat Paypa!” (Trick Trick’s Twitter)
According to reports, Ricky Rozay’s tour bus got burglarized last Saturday (July 21).
Rick Ross’ tour bus was left in ruins Saturday … after a burglar (or burglars) broke into the massive vehicle, plundered thousands of dollars worth of stuff, and practically destroyed it in the process. Detroit law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Ross’ camp filed a police report early Saturday morning, claiming the bandits made off with thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, clothes, and other personal property. We’re told no one was inside the tour bus when it was burglarized. Ross and his entourage were staying at a nearby hotel at the time. So far, there are no suspects. (TMZ)