The controversy surrounding Rick Ross’ verse on Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.” has died down somewhat following the announcement of the rapper being dropped by Reebok, but according to Rocko, the Maybach Music Group founder isn’t quite done with the record.
During an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, the Atlanta artist revealed that a new verse from Rick Ross will be included on the official remix of “U.O.E.N.O.”
“I never took him off the song. Cause at the end of the day I live by a code of ethics…On the official remix he got another verse. So, when I drop the official remix, Ross is coming back with another verse on the official remix. So, now y’all got something to really look forward to,” Rocko shared.
Rocko later touched on his failed reality show with VH1 and also shot down rumors that he was cast as a new addition on the network’s popular reality series, “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.” According to the “U.O.E.N.O.” rapper, he did take part in some taping with VH1 for his reality show, but issues arose when it concerned his image.
“I’m not sure where that came from. I was in talks with VH1 about doing a show and I never disclosed the name of the show,” said Rocko. “We actually taped a couple of times and then I decided it was something I ain’t wanna do…We were like moving at the speed of light. And we hadn’t had a chance to really work all the logistics out. Cause anytime dealing with me, I gotta be in control of my image. You know what I’m saying? So, when it came down to the logistics when we couldn’t work that part of it all the way out and I was like ‘no bueno.’”
Video of Rocko’s interview with The Breakfast Club can be found below (via RapRadar).
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