Rick Ross goes full steam forward together with his forthcoming automotive present regardless of just lately encountering allow points – and he’s very a lot in excessive spirits about it.
In a clip shared to his Instagram web page on Thursday (Might 18), Rozay confirmed off his dance strikes as his 2010 hit single “B.M.F.” performed whereas letting followers know that his automotive present remains to be positively happening.
“Watch me get off this bike,” Ross wrote. “My apologies I’m excited!!!! @rickrosscarshow & Rodeo June 3rd.”
Try his strikes under.
Rick Ross’ second annual automotive present — which is able to embody performances from himself and Gucci Mane and being held at his Promise Land property — was denied a allow by Fayette County earlier this month.
Nonetheless, the Largest Bawse has remained resolute and insisted that the present will go on as deliberate, as he’s been complying with county rules.
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“Breaking news, the Rick Ross Car Show June 3 goes on. It must go on,” he claimed in a collection of clips posted to Instagram following the information. “It’s a private event on private property with VIPs and you’re invited. Tickets still available online. It’s going to be a beautiful event. Shoutout to the beautiful city of Fayetteville.”
The Richer Than I Ever Been rapper additionally revealed plans to run for mayor in subsequent 12 months’s election to assist straighten Fayette County out.
“I love Fayetteville so much. Next year I’m running for mayor,” he stated in a separate video. “That’s right. The boss Rick Ross running for mayor of Fayetteville. I wanna know how many votes did it actually take to vote in the mayor of Fayetteville.
“I need to know that ‘cause we gon’ become that. We gon’ make that happen, and we gonna have a good time. We gon’ give some people opportunities, we gon’ give some people raises and, of course, we gon’ have to clean some people out.”
Ross has additionally taken the time to guarantee his neighbors that the automotive present shall be good for the neighborhood, noting how they might make some more money by charging attendees for parking.
“You know what we did to the financial literacy of the community — not just Fayette, not just Fulton — it goes around,” he stated in an Instagram submit on Thursday (Might 18). “These Airbnbs going through the roof. It’s gon’ be more gas sold on June 3 than y’all sold in six months. Y’all gotta think of the financial literacy that Rozay bringing to the table.
“It ain’t too late to print your signs. The closer you are to the Promise Land, charge ’em $100 a parking spot. The further you are, charge ’em $50. Come on y’all. Y’all wanna make some money or not? We got car washes coming out here, we feeding a lot of people.”