Win a Pair of Tickets to the DUB Show Tour at the Miami Beach Convention Center This Saturday

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DUB magazine events always feature the craziest custom cars, and random celebrities coming out of the woodwork. This Saturday's local edition of the DUB Show tour, at the Miami Beach Convention Center, is also largely a concert. The line-up features an all-star cast of the usual local suspects: Rick Ross and his current constant companions the Carol City Cartel, Pretty Ricky alum Pleasure P, and Brisco. Support comes from up-and-comers, among them Rydaznrist (nooo idea how to pronounce that one), J-LP, Amore, and Tausha. On the wheels of steel (well, more likely on the MacBook Pro and Serato combo) is DJ GQ.

We're giving away two pairs of tickets to the event. To win, just leave a comment below naming three people Rick Ross has beefed with over the past year. Please include your e-mail address IN THE E-MAIL LINE OF THE COMMENT BOX -- do not put it in the comment text, that's leaving you open for spammers.

We'll select two random winners from the correct entries, and notify them on Friday morning.

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