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Rick Ross Miami Heat Face Tattoo Makes The News
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Rick Ross Miami Heat Face Tattoo Makes The News

By Stuart Webb | WeaponizedNews.Com  Jan 8, 2015 Rick Ross, Correctional Officer turned supposed cocaine dealer (according to his rap music), hip-hop superstar and typical modern day role model for kids in 2015, is getting media attention because of some new ink he got. The tattoo shop Unroyal Ink posted a picture on their Instagram of the rapper getting a tattoo on his face, which turned out to be an image of the Miami Heat’s logo as well as a few other tats close to it, while the celebrity puffed on what looked to be marijuana. The fact that this…

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By Stuart Webb | WeaponizedNews.Com  Jan 8, 2015

Rick Ross, Correctional Officer turned supposed cocaine dealer (according to his rap music), hip-hop superstar and typical modern day role model for kids in 2015, is getting media attention because of some new ink he got. The tattoo shop Unroyal Ink posted a picture on their Instagram of the rapper getting a tattoo on his face, which turned out to be an image of the Miami Heat’s logo as well as a few other tats close to it, while the celebrity puffed on what looked to be marijuana. The fact that this is the subject of any major news outlet is a disgrace. If and when these stories are actually covered by a major news source, this kind of behavior needs to be condemned, not encouraged by the mainstream ending the article with “Oh my god. Amazing”. Sadly, Rick Ross has major influence on our children adding to the continued destruction of the black community. Too often do we see not just black kids but all races of children looking up to these figures and aspiring to be famous, desperately wanting to one day be able to bet $100,000 like it’s nothing on basketball because of financial success rapping about dealing drugs. Becoming a successful business owner, having an honorable career contributing to the betterment of society and having a family now appears to be unimportant to the millennial generation and even many adults who imitate these false idols. I see thirty-year-old men every day act like thugs and gangsters thinking that it will fulfill them. It will not. What’s even worse about the rappers tattoo is that it promotes another false idol, the dream of becoming a professional athlete. The worship of sports is destroying men and the family. Obviously, Rick Ross is not the real name of the rapper, as you might know, most hip-hop artists use a rap alias. The rapper ripped the identity of “The Real Rick Ross”, the most infamous cocaine dealer of the 1980’s and possibly of all time, to gain mainstream attention. The content of the rapper’s music includes selling drugs, heavy drug use, breaking the law, violence, acting like a thug, defiling women and even condoning rape.

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About Stuart Webb

Stuart Webb is an activist, citizen journalist as well as entrepreneur. Stuart's educational background is self education, common sense, the U.S. Constitution and is currently studying at BYU Idaho working towards a degree in Accounting then Law. He currently works full time at a marketing company in Fresno, California. Stuart is the Co-Owner/CEO/Editor of Weaponized News.

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