Acclaimed hard core rapper and "prevariKator" Akon announced today his intention to collaborate with fellow rapper and recently exposed fabulist Rick Ross, on "an entirely new, and completely convincing backstory".
Both rappers recently suffered public relations setbacks when their elaborate and oft-cited criminal histories were shown to be at least in part "completely made up and shit".
Earlier this year, online secrets repository The Smoking Gun (www.thesmokinggun.com
) posted evidence that despite frequent assertions to the contrary, Akon, among whose albums is the 2006 hit "Konvicted", has not spent a considerable amount of time in prison. However, inside sources do indicate that he has visited numerous prisons via Google Streetz View. Similar problems have only recently derailed Rick Ross fast rising rap career. Ross, who frequently claims to have made his first fortune "slinging weight," appears to have been employed at least part time as a guard in a Federal prison. Ross' latest album "Trilla," a recent chart topper is, according to the rotund law enforcer, a combination of True
. Ross was unavailable for comment at press time, but in the wake of allegations that his backstory is neither, Ross's publicist is defending the title as "Fronic", or "Funny and Ironic".
According to sources within music industry, representatives for the artists have contacted noted backstory embellisher and Hip Hop impresario Dr. Dre, and Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, to assist them in the development of a new backstory that is "hard core, disturbing, and almost completely verifiable." Record industry observers speculate that if Dre and Whedon agree to collaborate, this new backstory could "be plausible", and possibly hit the streets as early as September, in time for the VMA's.
In a press release, Akon elaborated on his desire to work with the troubled corrections officer.
"Sometimes, it feels like a man is being Konvicted without a fair trial in a Kourt of Law. That's why worKing with someone who has close up Knowldge of the justice system is integral to the suKcess of this projeKt. Personally, I Kan understand why AmeriKa might feel inKlined to judge us by our KontradiKtions, but I ask them to resist drawing a KonKlusion, and wait to see what the final produKt will look liKe."
In an interview given almost hours after evidence of his law enforcement past surfaced, Ross seemed to indicate the direction this project might take. "Personally, biography embellishment is played out. It's time to do something totally hard core, without any basis in fact whatsoever. On the real, I'd love to work with a visonary like Akon." Added Ross, "We goin' straight make up. No Homo."
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Additional reporting by Ross Lincoln and Earnest Pettie