Miami Heat Win NBA Championship, Rick Ross Skips the Victory and Gets High in Jamaica
"I'm in Jamaica relaxing," Rozay tweeted just three hours before tip-off. "Smoke one."
While puffing Kingston kush and kicking it in paradise is high on our wish list, it doesn't supersede watching the Big Three swing their collective dick in Oklahoma City's face and take a giant dump on Heat haters 'round the country.
Ross should've been here last night, repping 305 and pushing God Forgives, I Don't, instead of Instagram-ing pictures of himself with the world's largest marijuana bud.
Peep the photo after the cut.
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Not only did Rozay skip Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the Carol City-bred rapper didn't even congratulate the Heat after their victory. However, Ross's apparent disinterest in last night's epic win doesn't reflect his Maybach Music Group's collective sentiment.
"Ima take a mid size jet and a table at liv...Thanx 2 Miami ahhhhhhhhh!" Meek Mill tweeted last night, alluding to the fact that he'd won $23,000 on a sports bet.
After the win, Birdman, who sat courtside at every playoff game during the Heat's historic run, hosted the official Young Money Miami Heat victory party at Bamboo on South Beach.
--Young Money (@RealYungMoney) June 22, 2012
He was joined by Ace Hood, who literally "partied till the sun came up" this morning.
Though hip-hop royalty came through last night and represented the Heat, the absence of the game's biggest heavyweight hit hard.
You failed us, Ross. God forgives, we don't.
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