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In this VladTV full interview, Freeway Ricky spoke about a variety of topics, including still living in South Central LA, Tekashi telling on everyone, and his take on the Nipsey Hussle murder. Along with that, Freeway Ricky spoke about his time in the drug trade, and ultimately what led to him getting busted.
🤍 - Back in the day, Freeway Ricky ran with few men. Oscar Danilo Blandón was one of them as he handled all of Ricky's drugs, but before working with Blandón directly the two had a middle man they paid off pretty well to excuse himself out. According to Freeway Ricky, he and Blandón each paid him $60,000 each to do so. Ricky and his connect went on to work together for quite sometime, eventually taking each other to the next level of the business. "But me and Blandon we kinda hung out [and] we talked about business, so we developed kinda what I thought was a friendship as well," he continued. Further into the conversation Freeway Ricky went on to explain just how much he'd make in a day. "I've had days that I've made three million," he told DJ Vlad. "...The big customers come through - a couple of them - and they drop off two-hundred, three-hundred thousand dollars." Ricky went on to say even the men who sold on his corners were walking home with up to $100,000 in one day. How did he manage it all, you may wonder? "Well the first thing you gotta do [is] you have to be really humble in yourself and always look at situations from the other person's point of view," Freeway stated. Hear more from the man himself up top.
Part 17: 🤍 Part 15: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Get Freeway Ricky's Book 'The Untold Autobiography' - 🤍 In this clip, Freeway Ricky described what he planned to do with the money from his last drug deal worth multiple millions, but soon found himself in FBI custody. Freeway Rick spoke about Danilo Blandon laughing at him while federal agents took him away and said that despite the money they made together, Blandon had no real love for him. He also revealed how he got Blandon kicked out of the country and sent back to Nicaragua.
Arguably one of the biggest hustlers during the 1980's, Freeway Rick sat day with DJ Vlad for an exclusive interview where the two discuss the drug epidemic. In this clip, Ricky Ross explains El Chapo's capture and the government's tendency to embellish the truth. Ricky is confused as to why El Chapo would consent to an interview after having escaped from jail, deeming it nonsensical considering the complete isolation he will endure at U.S. prisons. Watch above.
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Former drug kingpin Freeway "Ricky" served nearly 15 years of what was originally a life sentence for his involvement in the Iran-Contra during the Reagan administration. After he was released from jail for a separate case, fellow drug lord Oscar Danilo Blandón reached out to him for one last job. At this point Ricky had stopped selling cocaine, but was asked to introduce Blandon to a deal, which ultimately turned out to be faulty. "People's head are popping up at out cars and it was a set up," Freeway Ricky says of the day he was arrested for his ties to the Contras. "I wanted a 20-year deal, and they offered me a plea where I plead guilty, and if the judge wanted to give me 20 she could. If she wanted to give me life, she could. I said 'Nah, I'll take my chance on appeal.'" It was this case that made Freeway Ricky teach himself to read and write. "I just started practicing reading everyday," he remembers. "Started reading law books and then one day I'm sitting there reading and the words that I needed - continuous criminal spree - popped out and I was like 'Oh wow, that's what I been needing [sic]." Watch above for more.
In this full interview, Freeway Ricky speaks on a number of topics with VladTV, including the discipline needed to survive in the streets. From there, he shares his thoughts on issues related to Tekashi 6ix9ine, Suge Knight, El Chapo, and more, before previewing a new artist he's signed by the name Nakuu.
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How Freeway Rick Ross Lost a Billion Dollars. Order 21 Keys of Success 🤍 - In this interview, "Freeway Rick" Ross stops by the Valuetainment Studio for a sit down to talk about his life story, making big money, being on top of the world, losing it all and how he uses his story to impact children and lives today. Follow Rick 🤍 on Instagram. Source footage provided by Onus News Service 🤍 Rick Ross: Ricky Donnell "Freeway Rick" Ross is an American author and convicted drug trafficker best known for the drug empire he established in Los Angeles, California, in the early to mid 1980s. He was sentenced to life in prison, though the sentence was shortened on appeal and Ross was released in 2009. Subscribe for more content and interviews - 🤍 About Valuetainment: Founded in 2012 by Patrick Bet-David, our goal is to impact entrepreneurs around the world through value and entertainment. We are the #1 channel for entrepreneurs because of the best interviews, best how to videos, best case studies and because we defend capitalism and educate entrepreneurs. Follow Patrick on social media: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram:🤍 Twitter:🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
Freeway Ricky opened up about his Emmy-nominated documentary Freeway: Crack in the System, and he revealed that his name was taken off as a producer in favor of bigger name Hollywood producers. Moving along, Freeway spoke about the "Freeway Task Force" set up by police who would plant drugs and steal hundreds of thousands from his associates. He then explained how he hired an investigator for the situation, which later led to several officers being indicted. You can hear more of what Freeway Ricky had to say in the above clip.
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Legendary Hustler Freeway Rick Ross stopped by VladTV for an exclusive interview detailing his infamous rise to the top of the drug game. Freeway Rick discusses his ability to manage millions of dollars despite being completely illiterate and the decision to teach himself how to read. He recalls being over 30 years old when he began, teaching himself law to eventually reduce his sentence from life. He also talks about Hilary Clinton and why she lost the election. Watch above.
In this VladTV exclusive, Freeway Ricky stopped by to discuss a number of topics ranging from the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the science surrounding the vaccine. Vlad and Freeway Ricky debated about whether or not the vaccine alters your DNA and Freeway Ricky offered up his remedy for staying COVID free. Freeway Ricky also weighed in on Trump granting Lil Wayne, Harry-O, and Kodak Black pardons/commuted sentences and why he believes certain rappers still live by the street code. Freeway Ricky spoke briefly about his cannabis business and what issues he's faced as a result of cannabis remaining federally illegal.
Freeway Ricky came through for yet another VladTV interview, and this time around, he started off by reacting to Bill Cosby being freed from prison after his case was overturned. He also reacted to Derek Chauvin being sentenced to 22 and a half years for the death of George Floyd, which Freeway Ricky thought was a life sentence, adding that he thinks Chauvin should’ve gotten life. Moving along, Freeway Ricky shared his thoughts on reparations, wealthy people not leaving a bulk of their money to their kids, and he also spoke about still being in the boxing game. To hear more, including Freeway Ricky’s thoughts on Sha’Carri Richardson being sidelined from the Olympics, and his thoughts on rappers getting RICO charges, hit the full interview above.
Part 15: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Get Freeway Ricky's Book 'The Untold Autobiography' - 🤍 In this VladTV interview, Freeway Rick Ross spoke on El Chapo going to trial, along with his wife doing an interview. Ross flat-out said “he’s done” in reference to the alleged kingpin. He said his situation is so big, he’ll never see the light of day again. From there, Ross spoke on Colombians being the source of narcotics and said the shift to Mexicans being suppliers started happening after Colombians started getting robbed.
In this VladTV Flashback from last year, Freeway Ricky spoke about guys in the streets laundering their money after revealing that Harry O's brother had nearly $1 million in cars in his garage when he passed. Vlad asked how people were able to stay under the radar by flashing their money, and Freeway stated that the system wasn't as sharp back in the day. He then shared examples of how the system made it easier for people to launder money, including with real estate.
Part 20: 🤍 Part 18: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, Freeway Ricky spoke about working with people and seeing their true calling, which led to him speaking about a boxer that he convinced to stop fighting and start managing other fighters. He also detailed some of his favorite books, including The Richest Man in Babylon, which Freeway Ricky says reminds him of himself, including starting from nothing and rising to the top. Ricky then shared how the book speaks about saving 10% of your earnings, which reminded him of his days selling drugs, which you can hear more about above. Purchase 'The Richest Man in Babylon' here - 🤍
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Part 16: 🤍 Part 14: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Get Freeway Ricky's Book 'The Untold Autobiography' - 🤍 In this clip, Freeway Ricky speaks about Danillo Blandón facing four life sentences after being caught with $1 billion in cocaine. He explained that Blandón was released days after him so that he could help set up Ricky to be arrested by the feds. Freeway Ricky went on to speak about Blandón setting up a fake deal for investigators to catch him, which you can hear more about above.
Part 19: 🤍 Part 17: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, Freeway Ricky listened to Vlad run down the particulars of Ralo's drug case and what led to his eventual arrest. Freeway Ricky gave his take on what Ralo and his crew did wrong in trafficking the marijuana they were attempting to move. He also explained why he never trafficked drugs via plane of any kind.
In this VladTV exclusive, Freeway Ricky makes another appearance where he gave his take on the social and political unrest sweeping the nation, recounted a few of his personal experiences of/with police brutality, and why he believes the racial tensions today are at levels he's never seen. He also explained why he doesn't consider Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, or Herschel Walker black. What's more, Freeway Ricky offered up details about the origins of Death Row Records and his first-hand look at its inception considering that he was cellmates with Harry-O.
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The legendary Freeway Ricky Ross talks how he made close to a billion dollars selling crack cocaine in the 80s in South Central Los Angeles. Find REVOLT on TV here: 🤍 Stay connected with REVOLT.TV here: + Subscribe now: 🤍 Website: 🤍 (Surf) Instagram: 🤍 (Follow) Twitter: 🤍 (Follow) Facebook: 🤍 (Like) Snapchat: Revolt.TV (Add) About REVOLT.TV : Launched by Sean "Diddy" Combs, REVOLT.TV is #1 destination in hip hop. Focused on expertly curating the best of the best in music and engaging youth in social conversation, the multi-genre, multi-platform network offers breaking music news, videos, artist interviews, exclusive performances, and original programming. Artists REVOLT.TV covers include: Joe Budden, Drake, Chance the Rapper, Jay-Z, French Montana, Lil Wayne, Puff Daddy, Diddy, Future, Rick Ross, Remy Ma, Nicki Minaj, Beyonce, Rihanna, Lil Yachty, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Solange, and many more.
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🤍 - It's not easy being a super powerful drug dealer - just ask Freeway Ricky. The former kingpin had to deal with massive losses throughout his life because of the substance he sold, but in the end he's chalked it all up to quite the learning experience. Freeway Ricky was taught how to cook crack-cocaine by one of his "big homies," a football player for San Jose State who he says is reminiscent of Tookie Williams. "Man, I got the next best thing," Ricky remembers the dealer telling him. "I got the thing that everybody's doing. Come by the house." Once he got there, his friend "laid out some cocaine on the table," and as we all know, the rest is history. During this clip Ricky also admitted to trying his product at one point. "When I got up to an ounce and thought I was rich, my friends who were using had convinced me that I was rich enough to have a party a cocaine party and a marijuana party," he recalled. "I had never smoked marijuana before, you know? I never drunk a beer, never smoked a cigarette, any of that. So I did for about a week straight and at the end of the week, not only was my throat stripped, but my wallet was broke. And I made a vow that I would never do it again." Watch on as Freeway Ricky details his drug deals with Nicaraguans, watching people become addicted to the drug, and being sold "$70,000 worth of cake mix" in a deal gone wrong in this engrossing exclusive.
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Kill the Messenger - "Freeway" Ricky Ross: Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner) gains critical information from former drug dealer "Freeway" Rick Ross (Michael K. Williams) about an alleged government conspiracy. BUY THE MOVIE: 🤍 Watch the best Kill the Messenger scenes & clips: 🤍 FILM DESCRIPTION: Journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner) happens upon a story that not only leads to the origins of America's crack epidemic but also alleges that the CIA was well-aware of the dealers who were smuggling cocaine into the U.S. and using the profits to arm Nicaraguan rebels. Despite warnings to halt his investigation, Webb keeps digging and uncovers a conspiracy with explosive implications. As a result of his findings, Webb's career, family and life come under threat. CREDITS: TM & © Focus Features (2014) Cast: Tim Blake Nelson, Jeremy Renner, Michael Kenneth Williams Director: Michael Cuesta Producer: Jeremy Renner Screewriter: Peter Landesman WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: 🤍 ComingSoon: 🤍 Indie & Film Festivals: 🤍 Hero Central: 🤍 Extras: 🤍 Classic Trailers: 🤍 Pop-Up Trailers: 🤍 Movie News: 🤍 Movie Games: 🤍 Fandango: 🤍 Fandango FrontRunners: 🤍 HIT US UP: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍
Part 18: 🤍 Part 16: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 - In this clip, Freeway Ricky explained why he prefers to be loved as opposed to being feared. He laid out some of his critiques of another notable drug dealer, Frank Lucas, specifically regarding how Lucas treated those around him. When discussing whether he has enemies at this stage in life, Freeway Ricky couldn't think of but a handful of former cops, some of whom Freeway Rick testified against back in the day.
🤍 - Freeway Ricky spoke exclusively with VladTV about what it was like being one of the biggest drug dealers in the 1980s, including gifting people in need with thousands every day, and rarely being mistaken for a drug dealer. It seems that everyone knows that Ricky was a drug dealer, the California native revealed that no one ever looked at him and believed he was involved in dealing during his height. He explained that he wasn't interested in the fancy cars, jewelry, or the flashy things in life, so a lot of people mistook him as an employee of a dealer, not the main man. While Ricky isn't a flashy man, that didn't hold him back from handing out an average of $40,000 a day to people who were in need or down on their luck. He also revealed that he was worth around $10 million at the height of his operation, which you can hear more about in the above clip.
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In this VladTV Flashback from 2021, Freeway Ricky weighed in on the phenomenon of men joining gangs after entering their 20s. Freeway said that's a clear sign that they're confused and haven't taken into consideration the actual dangers that come with gang life.
Part 16: 🤍 Part 14: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, Freeway Ricky weighed in on the phenomenon of guys joining gangs well into their 20s. Freeway said that's a clear sign that they're confused and haven't taken into consideration the actual dangers that come with gang life.
Part 16: 🤍 Part 14: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 - In this clip, Freeway Ricky talked about not needing recognition or to be recognized in public. This was reflected in how Freeway Ricky operated his drug empire recounting once owning 30 cars all of which were "stash cars." He said that they were used to move drugs and needed only to serve that purpose. Freeway Ricky said he wasn't into luxury cars due to the fact they garnered unwarranted attention from the police.