Rick Ross to sue woman for using ‘Boss’ on her business

Music mogul Rick Ross is preparing to sue a woman for using his trademark nickname, “Boss.”


According to TMZ, the rapper-turned-businessman wants Tiffany McIntosh to change the name of his event from “I’m the Biggest Boss Conference,” Oct. 13-16, to something else. He said she was biting into songs like “The Boss” and “Push It,” using her already established brand, to expand her own.

He also thinks it creates brand confusion with his “Boss Up Conference” which took place in September.

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McIntosh’s event will also star with Vivica Fox, Master P and Romeo Miller.

The rapper said he would like to handle this outside of court, but would ask him to change the title and stop using his music to promote it.

The Florida native wanted McIntosh to give her a decision by Wednesday, October 5. However, sources say she has no intention of changing anything and is ready to go ahead with her event.

Outside of a lawsuit, Ross just brought back his Wingstop Chicken Sandwich.

He captioned: “Like a boss, the @Wingstop The chicken sandwich is back!
Available in all 12 signature flavors right now 🔥 you know Rozay loves this lemony pepper 🍋🌶 Which flavors you all rock.

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