Rick Ross doesn't play when it comes to his people, and his latest visuals only prove that even more so. The Rather You Than Me rapper releases the video for his "Idols Become Rivals" record, which addresses Birdman directly over his treatment of his close friend Lil Wayne.

The visuals show Rozay praying in church, as he throws shots at the Cash Money CEO. One of the more powerful scenes of the video shows the Miami veteran MC burning up Weezy's contract with Cash Money.

“I pray you find the kindness in your heart for Wayne / His entire life, he gave you what there was to gain / I watched this whole debacle so I’m part to blame / Last request, can all producers please get paid,” he raps on the song.

If you recall, Wayne and Birdman are currently in a serious legal battle. Weezy claims that the mogul has been withholding money from him, and won't let him release any new music. The New Orleans rapper has been trying to drop his Carter V album for years, but it has been held by Baby and Cash Money, who won't allow for its release.

While Birdman has been saying that he has no more issues with Wayne, and has love for him like a son, Weezy has continued to take shots at his former boss, and doesn't seem to intend to stop as his legal woes continue.

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