But the Maybach Music Group leader says during an interview with Los Angeles radio station Power 106 that there were rumors circulating that something along those lines would happen during the filming of the DJ Khaled "Take It To The Head" video. "There was some chatter going around, but I can't say that I knew," Rick Ross says during the interview. "We get there. You hear certain things. I really just don't absorb a lot of stuff I hear. But it was some chatter."
While at Power 106, Rick Ross said that he had not seen the proposal, but that they have his blessing if they were to indeed get married. "That's my brother," he says. "As long as he's happy, I'm happy."
Looking at a screen shot of Khaled from the proposal, Rick Ross said that Khaled looked serious. "I see that it's not planned, but I'm reading the small description underneath and it says he has a ring from Rafaello & Co, if I'm reading that correctly, that's valued at about a half a million dollars," he says. "If you spend a half a million dollars, you're dead-ass serious."
Rick Ross says he has a wedding gift in mind for the potential couple. "No telling what type of car I may give 'em as a gift if they was to tie the knot," he says.
Although he could neither confirm nor deny the legitimacy of the proposal, Rick Ross says people will have to see how things unfold. "I know Khaled," he says. "That's been my brother. I know he's been infatuated with Nicki. I guess we all just gotta sit back and wait."