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Rick Ross will see you for your body count, if only to tell you to dust off and try again. Here he enlists Omelly & Koly P for a more eviscerating version of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Gummo hit. You may recognize Omelly as Meek Mill’s cousin who rose to moderate fame on MMG releases. On the other end Koly P is a known hitter in the Florida scene who has seen his relationship with Kodak Black sour over time.
Rick Ross revisits his more menacing side in this Gummo hot take, serving notice that he employs shooters on his staff. Next to his bible book, a Venus FlyTrap helps him hustle all his real estate. Ross also takes a moment to shout “Free Meek.” He also made a similar plea in his first performance since returning from the hospital.
Omelly starts things off on “Gummo Freestyle” by talking greezy about his budgetary expenses, which include paying rent and generally playing the well-to-do Sugar Daddy role. Koly P who closes the song, takes a far more rash approach, as he matches Tekashi’s flow on the original, even borrowing his “Blicky Got The Stiffy” tagline.
By all accounts, Rozay seems to be back to his old self. Enjoy.
I’m not into suing n*****
Maybe take another route
Gimme all those diamonds or you snatch it out a baby’s mouth
Hitter know me in the city
See you for the right amount
Where the realest DJs at
For someone I might buy a house.
Summer time, lumber time
2-door yeah that’s one of mine