Freeway Ricky Ross -- The Real Ricky Ross -- Ed Magik TV Exclusive Interview
By Ed Magik
Ricky Ross a.k.a. Freeway Rick is out of prison and he is now on a mission. to empower youth through the performing arts. After being sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole, Ricky Ross has been set free. The time that he spent in prison allowed him to transform from being illiterate to being literate. His determination to overcome his situation of imprisonment transformed into his freedom both physically and mentally. Ricky Ross has emerged from a life filled with danger and limitations into a life of hope and expectations not only for himself but for the youth.
Ricky Ross granted Ed Magik TV an exclusive interview where he spoke about his triumph and how he felt about situations that occurred during his stay in prison. He also spoke about his feelings towards William Leonard Roberts II a.k.a. Rick Ross, the rapper.
Also, in the late 2007, rapper Rick Ross, born William Leonard Roberts II, gave Ed Magik TV and True Magazine an interview at Def Jam Records. There is clearly a dispute about Roberts' use of Ricky Ross' name, former character, and image. Roberts, a former Corrections Officer, now wears his beard like Ricky Ross does. An on-line article published by SOHH.COM ( http://www.sohh.com/2010/05/freeway_rick_ross_on_rick_ross_lawsuit_i.html ) explains that Ricky Ross seeks to get his name back from William Leonard Roberts II who uses the name Rick Ross under Def Jam Recordings music label.
Watch the videos below and take notice to the demeanor and attitude of both people, Ricky Ross (Freeway Ricky), and William Leonard Roberts (Rick Ross, the Rapper) . Also note the time line of events. You decide for yourself which person is being "True".
The interview was hosted by Ed Magik, creator and producer of Ed Magik TV (http://www.edmagiktv.com).
Location provided by Volim Couture, Inglewood, California, USA.
Special thanks to: Blaque Holiday, Aniesha McMillen, and FreewayEnterprise.com
Watch videos below.
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