Rewarding a man who brags about raping women sends a dangerous message. Rick Ross’ lyrics about drugging and raping a woman are offensive and outrageous, and Reebok should drop him as a spokesperson immediately.”
While I don’t think Reebok is making any moves to cut ties with Ross, I believe his label needs to make an example of him. This man was never apologetic and isn’t truly paying for his mistakes. What do you think needs to happen to Rick?
Originally seen on HelloBeautiful.com
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