Fri 7 Dec 2012
From the harsh streets to solace in the church. Rick Ross brings a unique visual to paint the picture of the struggles and dark street-life in “Ten Jesus Pieces,” the Stalley-featured cut off his Grammy-nominated God Forgives, I Don’t album. Follow The Bawse as he preaches in a white suit and mink, backed by his group of violinists.
In related news, Ross was forced to cancel two concerts scheduled to take place this weekend in North Carolina. According to local reports, the cancellations were due to gang threats. Specifically from the Gangster Disciples over the name drop of Larry Hoover on his Teflon Don single “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” and the six-point star symbol on the cover to his Black Bar Mitzvah mixtape. Recently, members from the gang who reside in North Carolina have sent threats via YouTube. Fans can receive refunds from the MMG tour (which also stars Wale, Meek Mill, and Machine Gun Kelly) starting today via Live Nation. No statement has been released as of yet from the Maybach Music camp according to MTV.
Watch “Ten Jesus Pieces” below…..
Directed by DRE Films