Drake and Rick Ross

Rick Ross’ Ex Alleges Concealed Child Resembling Drake Amidst Clapback

In a recent lyrical exchange, Rick Ross found himself under scrutiny as his ex-partner, Tia Kemp, took to social media to express her grievances. The controversy stemmed from Ross’ verse on the track “Everyday Hustle” by Future and Metro Boomin, where he hinted at ongoing tensions with his former flame without explicitly naming her.

During an Instagram Live session on Sunday (March 24), Kemp unleashed a barrage of accusations, alleging that Ross is concealing a child from her, whom she claims bears a striking resemblance to the rapper Drake. She urged Ross to address his paternal responsibilities in his music, stating, “You oughta rap about your muthafuckin children you around here hiding. I want to see my stepson that looks like Drake.”

Kemp further vented her frustrations over Ross’ previous lyrical mentions of their relationship, citing a line from his 2008 track “Single Again (Remix)” as an example of ongoing disrespect towards her. She asserted that Ross has been playing such games for two decades, vowing to confront him directly if he continues to reference her in his music.

However, Kemp is not the sole ex-girlfriend embroiled in public disputes with the rapper. Recently, Christina Mackey, another former partner of Ross, took to Instagram Live to offer fans a sneak peek into an unreleased track where she addresses their recent breakup candidly. In the snippet, Mackey passionately lip-synced lyrics suggesting her disdain for Ross’ actions and hinting at betrayal.

Ross and Mackey had started their relationship in mid-December but have since parted ways, adding another layer of intrigue to the rapper’s personal life.

The unfolding drama underscores the complexities of Ross’ romantic entanglements and raises questions about the responsibilities and consequences that come with fame.

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