As the upcoming car shows approach, Rick Ross and DJ Envy continue to engage in a back-and-forth on social media, showcasing their rivalry.
During the latest episode of The Breakfast Club on Monday, Envy targeted Ross by donning a police uniform and adopting the moniker “Officer Ricky,” a reference to Rozay’s previous occupation.
“Ross went at me for what, 10 or 12 hours? I could tell he was rattled,” Envy said. “I could tell something was wrong, so I wore this today to make him feel more comfortable.”
Envy then highlighted Ross’ past role as a correctional officer in Miami during the 1990s.
“I do have a boss — shout-out to Bob Pittman, one of my bosses, he actually owns iHeart. But he has a boss too. John Vinata is his boss. That’s the Miami Correctional Facility Warden. That’s his boss. Rick Ross still gets a pension from the corrections,” the radio personality added.
View this post on Instagram
He continued, “You started off as a football player. They kicked you off the team because you would stand by the showers and watch the boys take a shower. Then you moved to corrections, and what did you do? You watched the boys take a shower.”
The conflict ignited last week when Ross claimed that Envy “was never on my level” in terms of hosting car shows. However, both car shows are scheduled to take place in the upcoming weeks. Envy’s show will be held in Memphis on May 28th at 12:00 PM, dedicated to honoring Young Dolph. The event will feature car displays from renowned personalities like 50 Cent and Key Glock, among others. On the other hand, Ross’ car show is set for Saturday, June 3rd at 11:00 AM.