Rick Ross — I’m Sorry for That Date-Rape Song


Breaking News 0413-rick-ross-tmzRick Ross finally learned his lesson — rapping about rape doesn”t win you many fans or sponsorship deals — and officially apologized for his date-rape track … one day after Reebok dropped him as a spokesman.

Ross received a wave of negative backlash for a line in a song that said: “Put Molly all up in her champagne, she ain”t even know it, I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain”t even know it.” Molly being slang for Ecstasy.

In his apology, Ross said, “Before I am an artist, I am a father, a son, and a brother to some of the most cherished women in the world. So for me to suggest in any way that harm and violation be brought to a woman is one of my biggest mistakes and regrets.”

He added, “My choice of words was not only offensive, it does not reflect my true heart. And for this, I apologize.”

Ross originally issued a half-assed apology following the song”s release, claiming people misunderstood the lyrics. Obviously now, he”s changed his tune.