One On One With "The Real" Rick Ross
By FinalCall.com News
Updated Dec 25, 2009
Freeway Ricky Ross is a free man. Free from a 20-year prison sentence he served for his role as a pawn, who unwittingly distributed crack cocaine for the CIA throughout the urban cities of America in the 1980s. He helped to spark an epidemic whose impact has spawned at least two generations of crack mothers, crack babies and crack wars. He first had a life sentence without the possibility of parole, which was reversed to 20 years on appeal. In his own words, he was either a victim or a villain, he once told the Final Call. But today, Ricky Ross serves as a savior. He took time during his celebration, and away from working on his yet unnamed TV reality show and theatrical film about his life, to share how during a one-on-one interview with Charlene Muhammad, Western Region Correspondent. They spoke at his mother's home on September 29.