Back in August the streets were bubbling over Rick Ross’s smash hit “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” but something didn’t sit right with the Miami Boss name checking the head of the Black Mafia Family, Big Meech, especially since the alleged incarcerated drug lord was so closely associated with Young Jeezy. It didn’t take long for Jizzle to put his thoughts on wax, but once reporters asked him if it was aimed at Rozay, he denied it. Did the Snowman get gun shy?
“How you blowing money fast, you ain’t know the crew/Oh, you part of the fam? Shit, I never knew.”
Who else could Jeezy possibly be talking about? Styles P? Lex Luger? Puh-lease, all arrows are pointed at Rozay on this one. Sorry, Jeezy, we don’t believe you, you need more people.
Just days after Jeezy released his “B.M.F. Freestyle,” Ricky Ross leaked a record of his own, that sounded a lot like a response. On top of the fact that the Miami MC didn’t ever publicly say Jeezy’s name and he never said the song was a response in interviews, the facts in the song that are supposed to confirm the identity of his target seem off, if he’s talking about Jizzle that is. But the coincidence remains, why release that song two days after Jeezy, if it wasn’t meant for him. You be the judge.
“Bitch, I run the South, I’m what you wanna be/This how you wanna live, this what you wanna drive/Be honest with yourself, I’m who you idolize.”
“Blowin’ money fast, yellow Maserati/Dead man walkin’, decomposing body/I’m livin’ large, this nigga been a mark/They use his credit card, to get they rental cars.”
Although the timing of this song may raise a few eyebrows, ultimately there aren’t too many strong indicators that Ross’s target is Jeezy. The South Carolina native isn’t from Cleveland, like Ricky says in the song, and Young’s never been known for having good credit. We think The Boss just put this song out to turn heads.