Envy had donned a police uniform during Monday’s (May 12) show, and took shots at the MMG mogul’s past stint as a correctional officer in Miami in the mid ’90s, which has been a contentious point of discussion throughout his career.
“Ross went at me for what — 10 or 12 hours? I could tell he was rattled,” Envy said, referring to Rozay’s recent digs at him ahead of their competing car shows in the coming weeks. “I could tell something was wrong, so I wore this today to make him feel more comfortable.”
Envy then went on a tirade that included accusing Rozay of “being a follower” and “not a real boss,” which the Port of Miami rapper clowned him for in his response video.
“DJ Envious, envious,” Rozay hissed as he showcased his lavish swimming pool. “I know you still work on that Charlamagne Breakfast show, but when you get off work Envious, this is swimming pool number two. And guess what I want this time? I want you and your boys to come out and I want you to set up a DJ booth, and I want your boys to breakdance all over here, and I want ’em to breakdance to the Beastie Boys Licensed To Ill. Brass Monkey. That’s what we gonna call you. DJ Envious aka Brass Monkey.
He continued, “Here’s swimming pool number two Envious, and I didn’t get mine like you got yours. I didn’t sue because somebody attacked my daughter. You sue, we hustle.”
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The feud was sparked last week when Rick Ross declared on Drink Champs that DJ Envy “was never on my level” when it comes to hosting car shows, leading to an increasingly disrespectful war of words between them on social media.
“You said I’m not on your level, but you proved that I am ’cause every sentence and every mention is me,” Envy said as part of Monday’s episode of The Breakfast Club. “You sleep with me on your mind. He wants to see me in the shower.”
Envy has two “Drive Your Dreams” car shows coming up in Memphis and Houston in late May and June, respectively, while Rick Ross’ second annual car show will be held at his sprawling Promise Land estate in Georgia on June 3.
However, Rozay ran into some trouble earlier in May when Fayette County denied his permit for the event, but he’s insisted the show will go on as normal.