MMG and Pill fans can finally put the confusion to bed once and for all.
Even after Pill opened up on his absence from Maybach Music, the hip-hop world remained curious about Rozay's real feelings toward the ATL rappper.
"Pill's situation was a special situation because he was already signed to Warner before I did my label deal at Warner. So when I did do my deal, it was a business opportunity that was presented where Pill could run with the team for a year," Ross confirmed to MTV News.
"I took that opportunity. That year ran its course and it was pretty much up to Warner what decisions they wanted to make with Pill as an artist after that point. I think they made it."
Pill was featured on a number of Self Made Vol. 1 tracks but was left out out of promo and tours that followed the clique's success in 2011.
"Certain things happen for certain people at certain times and none of us could really predict that," he explained. "I couldn't predict that Meek Mill would bring 'Ima Boss' to me or we couldn't predict that Wale would bring 'That Way,'" Ross says.
The MMG boss insists there's no bad blood between the crew and Pill.
"Hopefully, in the future he'll bring him a hit record, and get him some paper and do his thing," he said. "I wish him much success."