Rick Ross: Kanye West Mastered “Manipulating Media”

Rick Ross: Kanye West Mastered "Manipulating Media"

Rick Ross: Kanye West Mastered “Manipulating Media”!

When it comes to artists in music, Kanye West always knows how to get people talking about him. Now, Rick Ross is chiming in on Ye and his ability to “manipulating media.”


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CelebnMusic247.com reports Rick Ross is currently on a press run for his book, The Perfect Day To Boss Up: A Hustler’s Guide To Building Your Empire.

So why not stray a little and speak on Kanye West, as long as it helps promote the book, right?

See, Rick Ross at down with TODAY where he discussed the book, as well as a timely topic in the current state of hip-hop: Kanye West.

Rosay has collaborated with Ye in the past, so he knows a few things, but he revealed that he was most caught off-guard by ‘Ye’s endorsement of Donald Trump. But, he realized that it was NEVER about politics, it was about lining his pockets with cash.

Rick Ross detailed Kanye’s affinity for creating controversy and still delivering quality music. He then went on to explain that Ye’s can bring both of those two things together which often only leads to more success.


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The Maybach Music rapper said:

Kanye has mastered the art of manipulating media and making amazing music. That combination, it’s no telling where it will go. And I feel like if someone really feels Kanye is insane, they’re crazy.

Ross elaborates further about his relationship with Kanye West in his new book.

In an excerpt from the book about Kanye, reads as follows:

All of this [shit] was for attention, and it didn’t really matter if it was positive or negative attention because his brand grew either way. That’s why he liked Donald Trump. That’s why he loved the Kardashians. It all made sense now.

Ross added that Kanye West said:

Tomorrow I might tweet that I don’t feel like being president anymore.

Rosay’s book sounds like a must-have if you ask us.