Rick Ross threatens to sue woman using ‘Boss’ trademark for event

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Rick Ross is upset that someone is using the term “Boss” to promote an upcoming event with some well-known figures.

The Biggest Bawse is preparing to sue Tiffany McIntosh for using his name to promote her I’m The Biggest Boss Conference, which is scheduled to take place October 13–16 in Houston, according to TMZ.

Rick Ross is pleading with McIntosh to change the event’s name because he feels it jars with the names of his songs “The Boss” and “Push It” and his own Boss Up Conference, which was held in September. Additionally, he has urged her to cease promoting the event with his songs.

The Biggest Boss Conference will feature an array of star-studded guests including Master P, Romeo Miller and actor Vivica Fox.

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Rozay wanted McIntosh to make a decision by Wednesday, but sources tell TMZ that McIntosh won’t change the event’s title and will go forward as scheduled.

SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com

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