Thu., Dec. 6, 2012 4:32 PM PST
Rick Ross' album may be titled God Forgives, I Don't, but it looks like he's found another group of guys that aren't quick to forgive, either.
After an ongoing beef with a group that call themselves the Gangster Disciples and a recent death threat video from the North Carolina chapter, Ricky Rozay and the Maybach Music Group have reportedly pulled their concerts that were scheduled in the Tar Heel State this weekend.
The MMG concert tour, headlining Ross and featuring Wale and Meek Mill, was supposed to make a stop in Greensboro on Friday, and the Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte on Saturday. Tickets will be refunded starting Friday, the Live Nation Entertainment group said in a statement.
The rapper started having problems with GD after he mentioned their imprisoned leader, Larry Hoover, on his track "BMF." Additionally, Ross put his face on the 6 point star for his Bar Mitzvah mixtape, which is a symbol the Gangster Disciples use.
"We pressing up on you, the whole Maybach," the Georgia chapter said in a video from October. "We ain't going to release this pressure on you until you release this check, Maybach, Meek Mill, everybody G. Nothing personal, but tell your boss man he got to get that check 'cause y'all in trouble."
Rick Ross' camp was not immediately available for comment.