Did Trick Trick’s ‘No Fly Zone’ Policy Block Rick Ross From Playing Detroit?

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By: Adelle Platon / June 26, 2014

After Rick Ross claimed that he was blocked from performing at Hot 107.5’s Summer Jamz concert in Detroit last week (June 21) due to a peace protest, there was speculation that the Bawse’s denied entry was tied to D-Town rapper Trick Trick’s “No Fly Zone” policy. The rule states that any artists who are not from Detroit or do not contribute to the city are not welcome to perform there.

Now, Trick Trick is setting the record straight in an 11-minute video.

“My “No Fly Zone” ain’t about taking nobody’s money,” he said. “I don’t want your motherfucking money. Nobody. What the fuck I look like telling somebody you got to pay me to come to my town? Don’t you think I would have been in fucking prison if that’s what was going on? As far as the incident the other day, you see what the f**k the police said – no arrests were made. So what the fuck did I do wrong? That man said didn’t nothing happen to him. He’s correct, nothing happened to him.”

He also expressed his frustration with the portrayal of the incident in the media. “That’s what wrong with this motherfucker now. Ain’t nobody talking about no music. That man’s a musician. I’m a musician. Our business don’t belong on the Internet. It ain’t none of your motherfucking business what me and that man have going on or what the fuck happened that day.”

Watch him speak his piece here.