Rick Ross has leveled up his Jesus piece game with a new, gaudy bit of bling that he’s shown off while promoting an upcoming car show.

On Thursday (March 30), the Biggest Bawse took to social media to flaunt his massive gold chain which seemingly mirrored his leg tattoo — a life-like portrait of Jesus of Nazareth.

“Are you ready?” he wrote alongside the Instagram post, while tagging his new business venture “The Rick Ross Car and Bike Show” —  which is expected to hold its 2nd annual showcase in the near future. “@rickrosscarshow x @theslipperysoapllc [car emoji, water emoji]”

The Maybach Music mogul paired the piece with a Nike t-shirt, athletic shorts and teal snakeskin Nike Dunks.

In May 2022, the rapper hosted the “Promise Land Car and Bike Show” at his Fayetteville, Georgia estate where he showed off his collection of luxury and novelty vehicles including a tank and firetruck, among dozens of other pricey whips — as well as automobiles from other car aficionados like himself.

The “Diced Pineapples” rapper appears to be on a roll as far as his business ventures go. Late last month, Rick Ross launched his very own weed strain named after his old Miami stomping grounds.

Rozay partnered with cannabis company High Tolerance for a strain called Collins Ave, which is set to be released on June 1.

“High Tolerance is the best flower for all the ones who like to blow that good gas,” Rozay said. “This is the best flower in the world … this is why I decided to team up with High Tolerance. They have the best flower on the streets. Shout out to Manny, the biggest.”

The brand’s co-founder, Manny, also showed his excitement for collaborating with Rick Ross, telling TMZ he’s “a true cannabis connoisseur.”

The Florida rapper joins the likes of JadakissJim JonesGhostface KillahJuelz SantanaA Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Beanie Sigel, Dave East, Millyz, Lil Meech and the late Draco the Ruler as ambassadors for High Tolerance.

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Rick Ross also launched a hemp company in 2021 that aims to help smokers reap the health benefits of the plant.

He teamed up with Rap Snacks CEO James Lindsay and San Diego-based hemp manufacturing company Hempacco to form Hemp Hop, rolling out a line of smokables including CBD cigarettes and a hemp blunt rolling paper.

“I truly believe in the health benefits of Hemp derived products,” Ross said in a statement. “Having had my own health scares, and through my healing process, I decided I would develop a line of smokables to help others with the benefits of hemp cannabinoids.”