Move over Dear Abby, ‘Ask A Boss.  Rolling Stone has hired Rick Ross to answer questions on matters of the heart, money and more in a new advice column. 

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Rozay’s been wearing his Dear Abby hat since last month, and those seeking advice from a Boss can submit whatever questions they have, from the looks of things...no question is off limits.  Listen to Tha Wire to find out how to submit yours.

The column is actually called ‘Ask Rick Ross,’ where the rapper gives witty and sometimes hilarious feedback to Rolling Stone readers.  By the way Rick Ross answers five questions in each issue and from what it looks like, no topic is off limits.  Click here to see some the crazy questions readers have submitted thus far and the crazier answers Rozay gives em.

In other Rick Ross news, he may need to give himself some advice as he’s being sued by two brothers from the Bronx.   Radar Online reports Jeison and Edward Soto blame Rozay for injuries they sustained after a fight broke out at the rappers birthday party in 2011 at the Umbrella Lounge.

The brothers claim the rapper and his entourage started the brawl, which also included Umbrella Lounge employees. The Soto’s also say they received “multiple bodily injuries” and charge that the fight broke out because the party had inadequate security.

So far, the brothers have already successfully sued the Umbrella Lounge for an unspecified amount.  Then venue turned around and sued Rick Ross.  Get more details inside Tha Wire below.

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In more news, when you got money you get what you want.  In Mariah Carey’s case to avoid being bombarded by fans, Web Pro News reports she dropped $118,000 to book the entire first class section of a commercial flight.  Mimi always travels in style and to have a lil peace on her upcoming flight to the Cannes Film Festival next month, she spared no expense.

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Finally, Pharrell’s new book Inspiration is available online, but it’s missing most of the words.  To fill in the blanks, fans can sign up on Facebook and/or Youtube to discover the missing words. The hard copy of Inspiration will be in stores in the near future, but there’s no concrete date just yet.

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