Throughout the summer, many Rap fans were surprised when Rick Ross released "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)" . The Styles P-assisted song became a smash single from Ross' Teflon Don album. However, the initials of the song and its opening chorus pay homage to Black Mafia Family and its incarcerated leader Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory. While rappers such as Bleu Davinci and Young Jeezy have been historically associated with Big Meech and BMF, Ross has not.
Last month, the Miami rapper was questioned about the song, when Jeezy had recorded his own version of "(The Real) B.M.F." Ross told Sirius XM's Hip Hop Nation show, "It's all about who makes the best music," before admitting he didn't feel as though Jeezy's version was an attack on him. "Jeezy got my number, he know where I'm at. We blowin' money fast over here." Ross also said that Big Meech had reportedly "cosigned the record."
Although Ross' name is never mentioned, many speculate that Jeezy is confronting his Def Jam label-mate. Previously, Young Jeezy had appeared on Ross' debut, Port of Miami and his sophomore album, Trilla. Jeezy also worked with Ross' Triple C's group on their Custom Cars & Cycles album.
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