Rick Ross took home a major win.
The MMG boss and Universal Music Group were being sued by an unnamed rapper for the title of Ross 2014 album titled “Mastermind.” The United States District Court for the Central District of California disagreed with the plaintiff and ruled in favor of Ricky Rozay and Universal Music Group.
“When claims are made against our clients, we litigate them very aggressively,” Ross’ attorney Leron E. Rogers said after the court decision was made. “We are happy that the court not only ruled in Ross and Universal’s favor, but also took the extra step to cancel Plaintiff’s trademark.” The plaintiff didn’t receive a penny in the lawsuit.
Ross 9th studio album “Rather You Than Me” is set to grace us next year.