After Meek Mill sent fans into a frenzy with his failed dive last week, his Maybach Music OG Rick Ross joined the action, showing off his impressive diving skills.
Rozay posted a clip where he effortlessly slips into his Atlanta pool, which is reportedly the largest residential pool in the U.S.
In Meek's defense, he set the record straight on his failed dive, as he shared a follow-up video where he glides into the pool at American Dream Mall in New Jersey. At first, Meek claimed he was going for a "cup" form, something he learned in Philadelphia to adapt to shallow waters.
Beyond the pool, Rozay is keeping tabs on the escalating feud between Kanye and Drake, two artists he's made history with.
He told SiriusXM of the drama, "I love it," and revealed the latter texted him after Kanye exposed his Toronto address on IG. "Everything is unfolding. I"m about to be as free as a bird," Drake wrote.
Rozay simply responded to Drake, "Hahahaha." In fact, he believes the back-and-forth "is nothing personal to [Drake and Kanye]" and is all part of their mutual "genius." The 45-year-old explained, "This is two levels of creativity inspiring each other."
Given their close communication, Rozay is likely pulling for Drake. (Not to mention they're working on a joint project together.) Another rapper who might be on Drake's side is Lil Uzi. He labeled Kanye "a fake pastor" in a since-deleted tweet, possibly feeling petty because he isn't featured on 'Donda.'
But there are also artists riding for Kanye, including his longtime friend and collaborator, Consequence. The 44-year-old thought Drake's diss – "Forty-five, forty-four (Burnt out), let it go!" – on Trippie Redd's "Betrayal" was "disrespectful," adding, "Respect My Team."
When Yeezy takes the stage at Soldier Field in Chicago this Thursday night for his 'Donda' listening party, it may be the final time we witness Kanye Omari West in the flesh.
He's reportedly filed to legally change his name to just "Ye," an idea he's been considering for several years.