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Rick Ross has seemingly responded to reports said that Wal-Mart pulled his Black Market album.

"They say they ban us at Wal-Mart, but they don't know, I live across the street from the nigga who own Target," Rick Ross says in a video posted on DJ Akademiks' Instagram.

Video blogger Mark Dice says that the store no longer carries the album because of a line on "Free Enterprise" where the Miami rapper talks about assassinating presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Dice says he called other retailers, including Target, to question the sale of the project because of the lyric. Wal-Mart is the only store that has apparently pulled the album.


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