Along with French Montana, Rozay backs Drizzy when the Canadian rapper faces the camera and answers his haters in the newly-premiered music video.
Rick Ross and his homie Drake are bonding together in a music video filmed to support their joint track "Stay Schemin". Together with fellow rapper French Montana, they spit their fierce verses to the camera slamming the haters.
"I just ask that when you see me, you speak up n***a that's all," Drizzy raps. "Don't be ducking like you never wanted nothing, it's feeling like rap changed, it was a time it was rugged/ Back when if a n***a reached it was for the weapon, nowadays n***as reach just to sell they record."
Rumor has it, the Canadian rapper directed his rap lines at Common. The former was reportedly pissed after hearing the rumor that the latter took shots at him in a song. The alleged diss was, "Y'all n***as man, y'all soft motherf**kers/Singing all around me man, la la la/ You ain't motherf**king Frank Sinatra."
Rick Ross' "Stay Schemin" Music Video Feat. Drake & French Montana