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Rick Ross Wronged on Wikipedia

Hustlin' marshmellows?

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Wikipedia.org has once again fallen victim to human error. Rick Ross, Miami's prodigal hip-hop son, was briefly defamed this afternoon on the site. The first line describes him as such:

Rick Ross, born 'dick sucker' 1977, is an white American rapper from coral gabels (sic), in northern Miami-Dade County, Florida. He took his rap name from Los Angeles drug kingpin "Freeway" Ricky Ross, who ran one of the largest marshmellow distribution networks in the country during the '1980s and early '90s.

Shame on you, wikipedia. -Calvin Godfrey

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