Rick Ross Concert Confrontation, Cancellation Addressed By Chene Park Amphitheater

posted Monday June 23 ,2014 at 10:00AM CDT | 117 comments

Rick Ross Concert Confrontation, Cancellation Addressed By Chene Park Amphitheater

The venue for Hot 107.5's Summer Jamz in Detroit, Michigan says 100 to 150 people "prevented and threatened to harm Ross if he entered the grounds to perform."

Rick Ross cancelled his weekend appearance at Detroit, Michigan radio station Hot 107.5's Summer Jamz concert yesterday (June 22) and now the venue has released a statement on the matter.

Hot 107.5's program director, Jay Hicks, said the cancellation was due to Ross being confronted by 100 people outside of Chene Park Amphitheater, where Summer Jamz was held. "[Ross] is in fear of his life,” Hicks said.

There has been speculation regarding the party responsible for Ross's appearance cancellation. AllHipHop, for instance, said the confrontation was allegedly due to Trick Trick's "No Fly Zone." This means, according to the publication, that there are No Fly Zone "laws which prevent artists from making money in the city without getting their 'clearance papers' approved by the Goon Sqwad member." 

Now, The Right Productions, Inc, which manages Chene Park, has released a statement regarding the matter to AllHipHop. Shahida Mausi, president and CEO of Right Productions, says the following: 

"This incident greatly saddens me and our entire team at The Right Productions who work so diligent to host and produce outstanding entertainment performances at Chene Park. Reports from our venue operations and security teams indicate as a result of between 100-150 individuals lead by a local rapper, prevented and threatened to harm Ross if he entered the grounds to perform at Chene Park Amphitheater. The band of individuals orchestrated a human blockade around the service entrance to the venue – preventing Mr. Ross and his entourage from entering the premises. A decision was made from Mr. Ross’ team the conditions were becoming threatening and posed a security risk.

We want to extent our deepest regrets to our patrons who attended Summer Jamz17 who should have been treated to an outstanding performance from Rick Ross. We have the upmost respect for our guests at Chene Park and they deserve better. This is the fifth Summer Jamz event we have hosted with our partner Radio One and Host 107.5 FM – and until this point with no incident. Acts of intimidation, bullying, threats or violence of any kind that compromises the security and enjoyment of our shows will not be tolerated at Chene Park.

I will be reviewing this matter with our collective team and sponsoring host to ensure the integrity and respect we hold for our patrons and artists is upheld for future acts performing at Chene Park Amphitheater."

Patrons can purchase a discounted ticket for a future Chene Park show through the venue's website.

RELATED: Rick Ross Run Out Of Detroit's Summer Jamz Concert By Over 100 People

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  • Anonymous
    "you cant just google anyones income unless they work for the government or a publicly traded company" I don't care what Trick Trick makes on the side. You can find out his net worth. Instead of arguing like a bitch, look for yourself.
    • Anonymous
      where would a website find out what a person like trick is worth?
    • Anonymous
      ^^^^^^^^^^ lmao
  • Anonymous
    I'm not the one on here everyday, lonely fuck.
  • Anonymous
    You and the fag squad are taking more L's than the Chicago Cubs.
  • Anonymous
    Google is used by millions of people everyday. See, this is why you get shit on all the time cause instead of admitting to the facts put right up in your face, you whine like a ho, all while trying desperately to maintain your hiphopdx rep lol Are we done here trick trick, or do you still need another ass whoopin?
    • Anonymous
      The irony of this comment because this all applies to you.
    • Anonymous
      dummy you cant just google anyones income unless they work for the government or a publicly traded company
  • Anonymous
    The pussy admits it. The internet is his guide. Not actual personal relationships or insider knowledge Told yall he a f#ckboy in real time, a condescending asshole who thinks he's respected but the truth is he's a long running joke The type 2 be on the net acting like he's a rap guru but don't want his bitch interested in rap, he's above that and "those people"
  • Anonymous
    "lol Quoteman has an app that lets him look up anyones life savings and net worth, even if that info was never made public on the internet" It's called Google, half a man. Ask your mom to show you how to use it. It lists Trick Trick's net worth at 500k. Ross at 35 million. Now try convincing me again Trick Trick is a boss lol
    • Anonymous
      how would google know Trick Trick's income though? or Ross for that matter.
    • Anonymous
      You pulled that info out your ass.
    • play his game though
      Google quote man hiphopdx comments
    • Anonymous
      so much ether going on there i cant believe he keeps coming back for more
  • fuccya
    Cant do the wrong thing the right way, its impossible, no matter how hard you try, you cant gain total respect everywhere while being a fake, William, you could have been more respected in your circcles as a humble correctional officer, than being a fakeass lyin studio gangster, thats what. There are people who fuck with you because you relevant NOW, but what happens THEN? And still you pay for your so called shine with laughs of "haters" and threats of gangsters. Thats aint how a success story should look like.
  • North Miami Pleighboi!
    Just talked to some haitian nikkas. Trick Trick is officially NOT ALLOWED to enter 305
    • Anonymous
      yo momma is big but it just aint right to call her "some haitian nikkas" and u just told us ur door number punk
    • Anonymous
      Ross cut another check?
    • Anonymous
      lol first replier sounds hurt
  • Anonymous
    100 NIGGAS AND THE BOSS WASN'T TOUCHED LIKE ALWAYS!!! RICH IS GANGSTA!!!!
    • Anonymous
      BECAUSE HE RAN AWAY WITH HIS TAIL TUCKED LIKE A SCARED SCHOOL CHILD
  • Nasir Jones
    Good thing he started up that chicken wing franchise because his rap career is about to be over. hah.
  • Anonymous
    Uh oh, William just got deep into character and talked crazy on the radio again. Last time he did that his whip got shot up and he crashed into a building.
  • Anonymous
    "Trick Trick is far from broke, you obviously from out of town" He's not even worth a million dollars, dick rider.
    • Anonymous
      Like your pussy ass knows lol You reporting from the bleachers bitch none of them know you
    • Anonymous
      lol Quoteman has an app that lets him look up anyones life savings and net worth, even if that info was never made public on the internet.
  • Cordero
    The "No Fly Zone" created by native Detroit hip hop artist is comparable of being Blacklisted, because if rick Ross can't find talent or employable people from Detroit and he is not spending money there, then rightly so they blacklist him to get his immediate attention. Its politics and it begins the dialogue. Lauryn Hill hired musicians from Detroit as well as singing and producing for Aretha Franklin. Eminem is always trying to bring accounts or create employment for resident in the re-investment of Detroit. It could alienate future would be investors, yet it was worth the risk-but at its core its the PRINCIPAL of their politics which was non-violent, organized, and a Think Tank deliberately screened all the rap artist who don't support Detroit and unfortunately Rick Ross was on that list. Too many black people shop places and spend their money and they wouldn't be hired where they buy Gucci, Louis Vuitton or other high end clothing. same thing applies here..Rick Ross is not spending his dough there so they told him to go spend it elsewhere and blacklisted him. I think they made a statement
    • Anonymous
      I see where you coming from, but still, fuck that logic. How the hell they gonna stop a nigga from entering a city just because he doesn't bring money over there?
  • Anonymous
    LMAO at these nikkas on here shitting on Trick Trick Grew up in NYC and I heard stories about this nikka in the late 90's... At the end of the day this is on Ross... it's the energy he puts out there!!! He's always talking about "the streets" I run the Streets, the streets this the streets that, but when the streets check the nikka, y'all have a problem with it?? I'm sure when the Roots, Scarface, Lupe and a few other rappers do shows in Detroit they don't have to pay street tax...
    • j dirty
      Realest shit ive ever read on this website...Ever....Ross dug his grave with shittalkin.Let his ass sleep in it
    • Anonymous
      you right..totally agree
    • Anonymous
      Scarface was actually there that night. They say Kendrkick and Cole are cool to come thru too.
    • Anonymous
      "I'm sure when the Roots, Scarface, Lupe and a few other rappers do shows in Detroit they don't have to pay street tax..." They do, nigga, trust me. They always gotta reach out to certain people when they go to certain places. You can't just show up, get our money, not spend yours and then get the fuck out. Boosie checked in with the Mayor and put on a concert last night. He let Trick Trick be apart of the after party. You see, real niggas have no problems coming together.
  • Yung Berg
    I want my chain back.
  • NoFlyZone
    Trick Trick treated this nigga on Twitter and is one of the most respected in the streets of Detroit. I'm from the Southside of Chicago and see senseless violence enough and I'm never one too promote it however... this fat nigga act like he's got so much street cred and he's untouchable so this serves him right. Very few instances where I'd agree with a situation like this. This is one of them
    • Yung Berg
      where is my chain nigga??/ = (
    • Anonymous
      Church my dude! Exactly my view
  • detroit
    Fuck everybody talking down on the d if it was so peaceful why tf he aint get out! Wtf we gone do beat the tour bus ass!? real recognize real and we dont know ross i rap too! Let any city tell me i cant peform my money more important than a mans word on 6 ! And oh yeah detroit broke not the mfs in if we all born hustlers here look up detroit rappers doughboys cashout icewearvezzo pablo skywalkin they all rich without a deal! And wont nobody come to the d talking what they saying on these comments cause they wont leave!
  • Anonymous
    #FakeNiggaProblems #TheyAintStopLilBoosieFromComing
    • Anonymous
      Exactly. I guess everybody forgot the last time Ross was here he hoed the whole city when he showed up 15 mins before the venue closed, did 2 songs and left. That's why he's on the no fly zone, it ain't got shit to do with no money to Trick Trick.
    • Anonymous
      Thats some real shit there, make rappers think twice if you keep shunning people city and don't want to work with their resident as artist
    • Anonymous
      and the time before that they jacked his bus and tore it up
  • Anonymous
    ITS SOOOOO COLD IN THE DEEEEE
  • Nelson Muntz
    The Not So Untouchable Maybach Music Empire HAH HAH!