Monday, July 15, 2024

Rick Ross Attacked By Canadian Party Crashers After Performing “Not Like Us” At Vancouver Concert

Rick Ross and Drake Feud: Physical Altercation Escalates in Vancouver

The feud between Rick Ross and Drake has reached a new level of intensity as physical violence broke out at a recent music festival in Vancouver. The altercation started when Ross decided to play Kendrick Lamar’s diss track “Not Like Us” during his performance, which led to a confrontation with a group of men who were offended by the song choice.

Video footage from the incident shows a heated exchange between Ross and the men before one of them punched the rapper, sparking a brawl. Ross’s team members were also pushed around and one was seen knocked out unconscious on the festival grounds. The Canadian goons continued to harass and mock Ross and his team throughout the scuffle.

The escalating tensions between Ross and Drake were brought into the spotlight during the incident, with Ross revealing that Drake had sent French Montana a cease & desist for a rumored unreleased track called “Splash Brothers.” The track allegedly involved all three artists and contained controversial lyrics aimed at Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Ross expressed his frustrations with Drake on his song “Champagne Moments,” calling out the Toronto-born artist for his actions.

As the feud between Rick Ross and Drake continues to unfold, fans are left wondering what will happen next in this heated rivalry. Watch the video above to see the intense confrontation at the Ignite Music Festival.

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