Rick Ross trolled DJ Envy on social media, earlier this week, by sharing a video of himself hanging out with former NFL player, Tony Robinson. Robinson previously accused Envy of running a real estate scam with his business partner, Cesar Pina. According to AllHipHop, several of Pina's clients have accused him of financial mismanagement. In his tweets, Robinson noted that Envy and Pina have 20 properties in foreclosure.
Envy eventually went on Instagram Live with Robinson to defend himself from the accusations. Pina also denied the allegations on Instagram, attempting to clear The Breakfast Club host's name.
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"I honestly don't know that's between them and whatever happened," Envy said in the live stream. "But did I say, 'There, take this money and give it to this person or do this with this money?' I never did. If you ever came to my seminar, I tell everybody, 'Everybody on this stage, whether it's credit, prepare, or it's a conventional lender, do your homework because I don't trust anybody.' If you've been to my seminars, I say that a million times."
As for Pina's defense, he wrote on Instagram: "It's not a secret that my relationship with DJ Envy extends beyond the turntables and into the real estate market. However, it's critical to clarify that he was never involved in any deals, negotiations, or partnerships that have come into question. I'm sorry to my wife, my family, DJ Envy and Envy's entire family. I love you guys and I'm sorry that individuals with nothing to lose are trying to bring you down."
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Envy and Rick Ross have been feuding for weeks at this point. The two both host annual car shows. Ross had kicked things off by calling out Envy during an appearance on Drink Champs. Envy eventually fired back by bringing up Ross' past experience as a correctional officer.
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