Rick Ross has made a career out of telling extravagant trap tales and mythologizing his Maybach Music Group label, describing it -- and by extension himself -- as being "untouchable." In reality, however, Ross is anything but. That much became abundantly clear when law enforcement arrested Ross and his bodyguard for kidnapping in June 2015. Now, almost a year-and-a-half later, Ross has taken to social media to request the help of talented law students across America. You can check out Ross's request above.

In the video Ross, real name William Roberts, shouts out his Maybach Empire before instructing aspiring law practitioners to pull-up his case, which is pending in Fayetteville, GA. The plaintiff claims he was pistol-whipped and kidnapped at Ross' mansion, a claim Ross disputes in the video up top. "The plaintiff said that I pistol-whipped him till his jaw broke, but on the 911 tapes he didn't even mention that he was injured, talking clearly," Ross explains. Ross believes that the woman responsible for prosecuting him, Attorney Michelle McCutchen, has ignored what he calls "inconsistencies" with the plaintiff's claims.

"Black woman Michelle McCutchen disappointed me, she saw the tape, she saw the inconsistencies at the hearing and she still moved forward to prosecute," Ross shared. A bit later in the video, Ross commends everyone who reached out in his DMs for getting in contact and explains that he wants to visit Georgia State University law students to discuss his case. Keep it locked with XXL for more updates.

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