One month ago, Rick Ross dropped his new track "No U-Turns." Yesterday (Oct. 10), Rozay delivered the accompanying music video, directed by Ryan Snyder.

Throughout the three-and-a-half minute clip, the MMG frontman sips champagne in a lavish-looking office with actor Fred Williamson, rides around in an old-school, maroon-colored Cadillac, and engages in hood politics. Around the 1:30 mark, Rozay counts cash while walking down the street rocking a Miami Dolphins hat, a crispy white tee and multiple chains and bracelets. Two enemies watch Ross enter his vehicle from afar and begin tailing him.

You can watch the rest of the video above to find out what happens. In other Rozay-related news, the 40-year-old rapper recently collaborated with Nipsey Hussle for a new song called "Mark My Words." The Jake One and Mike & Keys-produced record is a part of Nipsey's Marathon Mondays series. Also, in case you missed it, Ross rode a horse for the first time the other day. You can watch that hilarious clip right here.

The Miami native also recently hopped on the “I’m Da Man” instrumental and paid homage to the late Shawty Lo, who died in a tragic car accident. Rozay says at the beginning of the track, “One time for real niggas like Lo. I’m doing this one for you my nigga.” Then, he shimmies into some dope verses before ending the song with another shout-out, saying, “Shawty Lo! Shawty Lo! I’m finna smoke one my nigga God bless your soul.”

Lo died from “blunt force injury to the head.” The crash that killed the "Dey Know" rapper and injured two passengers occurred on the I-285 southbound ramp to Cascade Road. Lo’s 2016 Audi crashed over a guardrail, hitting several trees and catching fire at the Cascade Road exit on the southbound I-285. Authorities say that Lo died at the scene after being ejected from the vehicle, with two others taken to the hospital.

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