Rick Ross has squashed rumors that he was robbed by California rapper 40 Glocc, after explaining that he wasn't in Los Angeles when the incident allegedly took place.

During an interview with Spliff TV, the Miami rapper denied that there was any truth to Glocc's Twitter accusations, which have made the rounds on the Web. "I wasn't in L.A. two days ago. I got a call saying I was in L.A.," Ross said. "Two fake Twitter gangsters said they robbed me for a chain. There's too many real n----- in L.A. I see yawl, to even think about letting the fake Twitter thugs f--- the real n----- up."

After brushing off the rumors, Ross went on to talk details about his upcoming mixtape and album. He mentioned the possibility of hitting the road with Diddy to promote his new studio LP, 'Teflon Don,' which will hit stores at the end of June. Ross' revelation comes just as Diddy's long-delayed album 'Last Train To Paris' was pushed back to June 29, setting up both albums for the same release date. "We cooking up the big layout now for the albums. 'Last Train to Paris' will be in stores soon, 'Teflon Don' will be in stores too, so we are just cooking up the big layout," Ross said. "We are just going to do what we do and make sure fans know its in the streets."

Ross wouldn't give any further details on his plans with the Bad Boy CEO, but earlier this week Diddy denied numerous reports that he had signed on to manage both Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj.

Ross will release his new mixtape, 'Albert Anastasia' over Memorial Day Weekend, followed by his album 'Teflon Don' on June 29.

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