Rick Ross has channeled his inner Kobe Bryant while working on his jump shot ahead of a flight aboard his private jet — check out his form below.

The Biggest Bawse got a practice session in on Sunday (October 8) with famed NBA trainer Lethal Shooter where Rozay knocked down a series of jumpers in the airport hangar.

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Although he ended up relying on the backboard for much of his makes, Ross found the Midas touch from deep while getting his form down with some help from the trainer. All while rocking a vintage Lakers Kobe Bryant jersey and having his private jet waiting on the tarmac.

“Rick Ross held up the jet today to master The Art of Shooting before him and Breyon Prescott head to Vegas. Stay locked in,” Lethal Shooter wrote when captioning the clip to Instagram.

Ross got hot and sunk a series of shots before working on his jab step as Lethal Shooter counted down the clock.

“I’m on fire,” the MMG mogul told the camera. “Smoking these. Born winner. It’s the Biggest, y’all know what the fuck going on. ya heard me? I held the pilot up for 45 minutes going to Vegas but I had to get my workout in.

“You already know I got something big coming up. ‘Shaq & Kobe’ out now stream that muthafuckin’ shot. We got something bigger coming up with a few other NBA legends. That’s why I had to get with the champion to work on that shot. It’s Too Good To Be True.

Rick Ross Reveals He's Spent Over $100M In Last Six Months: '[I'm] Really Getting To It'

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Ross and Meek Mill reunited for their “Shaq & Kobe” single last week and are preparing for the release of their Too Good To Be True joint project, which is coming “ASAP” and took less than three months to come together.

“We won already. We playing with what? The house’s money and it’s only one way to explain that or describe that,” Rozay said. “It’s too good to be true, which is the name of the project me and Meek Mill will be releasing. Too Good To Be True. We’ll give you that ASAP.

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“We got to build a brand. The fans could get accustomed to that pace. You get them that music on and you know I was a two, three mixtape a year artist with an album.

“Meek Mill most definitely would give you five projects in six months type of shit. We knocked it out quick. I’m going to be honest. This just was a quick vibe. Maybe two and a half months.”