#HeatNation... The Bawse got your back.
Even though he admits LeBron is "one of the greatest, if not the greatest ever," it ain't gonna stop big homie from plotting the demise of King James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In fact, during a recent interview with Funkmaster Flex on NYC's Hot 97, the rapper Rick Ross boasted that he'd drop a hundred stacks on the Miami Heat beating 'Bron-'Bron and his steamers in the 2014 NBA season.
"We most definitely finishing better than the Cavaliers," Rozay say. "I'll put a 100 grand on that."
"I didn't like it!" the Bawse barks, talking about LeBron's big decision to take his talents to Quicken Loans beach.
"Why he went back there?" big homie wonders. "I wouldn't done that for nothin'."
But despite his sadness, disappointment, and dismay, Ross is gearing up for war on the basketball court.
"I start going to the Heat games, like, mid-season," he explains. "Shout out to D-Wade! Shout out to Udonis! Shout out to the whole Miami Heat!
"And I feel like we're gonna be more balanced without him! We most definitely gonna breeze through the playoffs."
As for the Bawse's $100K bet... The offer is open to anybody who can match his wager.
But "if you ain't got no paper," Rozay say, "just retweet it."
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