Rick Ross protégé Gunplay has found himself in hot water after showing off his swastika tattoo. The Maybach Music Group rapper, who has the controversial Nazi symbol tatted on the back of his neck, said his eyebrow-raising ink has a complex meaning.

“It’s just my symbol of genocide to the bulls***. Mass murdering the bulls***,” he told Pigeons and Planes, in a recent interview. “Too much bullsh*** out here. I came to Nazi that s***. I came to Hitler that motherf*****.”

When pressed about his bold comments, an unfiltered Gunplay defended his body art, which was a symbol of the fascist Nazi party, marked by mass genocide against jewish people in Germany.

“Put all the fake motherf****** in the gas chamber and gas your f*** ass,” he continued, referencing the gas chambers used by Nazis. “That’s what I’m here to do. So n****s better walk light around a n****. I’ma show n****s. I can talk but I’ma show n****s. All that fake s***, I’ma call that s*** out and I’ma stomp that s*** out. I got a mission. Just playing the game for the meantime.”

Gunplay recently signed a recording deal with Def Jam Records. The Miami rapper said that Ross would play a substantial role on his debut album.

“The ink just dried,” he said. “So look out for the untitled album. So far it’s untitled, I’m sitting down with Rozay and we’re going to make everything happen so we can produce the best product possible.” —Keith Murphy, CBS Local


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