Last week Reebok officially released Rick Ross over date rap lyric and soft apology.  The endorsement deal would have paid Rozay a lot of money and he is not happy about it.  Due to women's right group protesting against Reebok, they had no choice but to let him go. 

The Maybach Music Group CEO feels betrayed by the classic sneaker company.  Rozay believes he should have had another chance to clean up the situation.  The emcee was reportedly to earn $3.5 million to $5 million for this endorsement deal.  The Bawse was receiving checks every time he wore a pair of Reebok Classic sneakers.

Sources close to Ross says he feels entitled to a second chance due to all that he has done to make the brand relevant again in the urban community.  I don't think Ross made the brand relevant to the urban community no more than the retro products that have been released that would have sold with or without Rozay.  Honestly, the Bawse should just move on quitely before the women's rights groups start protesting his other business endeavors.


via TMZ