Rick Ross has demanded answers out of his driver after the MMG mogul found a bizarre item in the backseat of the vehicle he was travelling in.
The item in question was a wig, which Rozay laid on his driver’s shoulder before calling him out in a video posted to Instagram.
“We got picked up,” Rick Ross says to the camera before asking his friend to pass him the wig. “See that say a lot about a driver. Is this yours?” The driver responds: “Absolutely not.”
“What is it? Whatchu do after work?” Rozay says laughing. “What you do after work? Answer the question.”
The driver goes on to say that somebody left the wig in the car, but Ross remained skeptical. “Why would somebody leave a wig scalp?” he said. “That’s a scalp.”
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The peculiar interaction is just the latest bizarre experience Rick Ross has had as of late. The Richer Than I Ever Been rapper recently opened up to Jake Paul about the time he pet-sit NBA YoungBoy’s tiger, and after a while, things got a little hairy.
“I went out of town for two weeks, came back, fed the tiger. Noticed the tiger’s nails were a little sharp. No problem. I liked the tiger, the tiger liked me.”
He continued: “Go out of town come back two weeks later. The tiger’s fucking nails are fucking outta control. Everybody’s scared to feed the fucking tiger. Now it’s a tiger for real. Every time I come back it’s different and I’m just like, ‘Yo I tried. Meek Mill, NBA YoungBoy, when you coming to get the tiger?’
“I’m scared to feed the tiger at this point the tiger is going to starve. Long story short… I kept the little tiger maybe two months then we had to make some changes.”
Rick Ross also recently aired his grievances against London’s Buckingham Palace after the Royal Guard denied Rozay entry into the palace — despite him reminding them he was the “Biggest Bawse.”
“Alright so y’all saw me go to Buckingham Palace,” Rozay said on his Instagram Story after sharing a clip of him arriving outside the gates of the palace. “I pulled the homie to the side and told him you know, who I was, the Biggest Bawse. And for one of the first times in a long time that didn’t get me in. It didn’t get me through the gates.”
Despite these lighthearted interactions, news broke earlier in August that Rozay would need to pay a $100,000 bill to The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division related to several violations at five of his Wingstop restaurants. The violations were no laughing matter, as they were related to safety training and background check violations, cash register shortages, and other infringements.
Rick Ross took to his Instagram Story to accept responsibility for these transgressions and tried to use it as a teaching moment.
“Taking accountability is big when you the biggest,” Ross said, “and remember this: Most successful people don’t take stumbling as a setback but actually a stepping stone to greater things, you heard me? Let’s be great.”