Rick Ross, one of today’s most ubiquitous MCs, is featured on the cover of the most recent issue of Rolling Stone, shirtless (collective gasp). But anyways, Ross appears to be a relatively simple person (well maybe aside from that big stream of pot he was smoking) after reading the article. This just confirms what I already knew based upon Ross’s song off the recent Maybach Music Group compilation. On the closing cut “Bury Me A G,” all Ross wants to do if he dies today is to be buried in ‘clean drawers’ – pronounced DRAWS and he doesn’t get specific whether he’s a boxers or briefs man and I’m sure no one cares – AND he wants to be buried ‘with his dawgs.’ That’s not asking much, right? I mean, he keeps repeating about his ‘dawgs’ over and over again, so I assume he’s ‘SO SERIOUS’ about it. I mean, wouldn’t you be serious if you wanted to be buried like a G? I’d expound, but it’s pretty simple considering William Roberts lays it out pretty simply.
Here is the link to Ross’s Rolling stone ‘spread’: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/on-the-cover-rick-ross-gangster-of-love-20120815