Most people know Freeway Ricky for his past involvement in the drug game, but some may not know about his connection to the music world, which he spoke about during a recent VladTV interview. Ricky revealed that he signed J-Ro of The Alkaholiks and was about to sign the group when he was in jail and got the unlucky draw of being thrown in solitary for 30-days. When he came out, the group had already signed to Loud Records.
During the conversation, Freeway Ricky spoke about almost being a part owner in Death Row, which sparked a discussion about Suge Knight‘s current situation in jail. You can hear more of what Freeway Ricky had to say below. Courtesy of VladTV.com