Rick Ross has made it clear his Promise Land estate is safe for all animals as he recently saved a turtle from getting run over.

Earlier this week, the Biggest Bawse recorded himself putting on his veterinarian hat and saving a turtle that found its way to one of the many driveways on Ross’ Georgia estate. Before anything dangerous happened to the reptile, Ross stopped traffic to save the guy.

In the video, Rozay walks toward the turtle with a car close by, waiting for him to get out of the way, and tells his viewers there are more animals on his estate than they think.

“So if you think we only got bulls and horses on the Promise Land, you’re wrong. ‘Cause I make traffic stop for the turtles too,” Rick Ross says in the clip.

Besides the turtles on his property, Ross also has several Buffalo, a lion, a lioness, a cow and more. Earlier this month, Ross gave an explanation on why his Buffalo got loose and were roaming his neighbor’s property.

“To everybody that’s wanting a statement or response for my bulls, my cows, couple buffaloes that got away in the community, this is my response,” he began. “I always return stray animals. Make sure you always keep a collar on your animals. Mine don’t have a collar ’cause, you know, its mine so when you see my buffalo, give it a carrot. Give it an apple. They so kind, they so peaceful.”

Rick Ross Shows Off Lion & Lioness He's Adding To His 'Promised Land Zoo'

Rick Ross Shows Off Lion & Lioness He's Adding To His 'Promised Land Zoo'

He continued: “Thank everybody for watching. Thank everybody for making sure all of my animals got back into the Promise Land. We had some things we was doing on one side and they eased through a little cut, but all my neighbors, Fayetteville, Georgia, all the best, Boss.”

According to TMZ, a neighbor took pictures of the herd of buffaloes walking throughout the front and backyard of her property. In a video obtained by the outlet, an unidentified woman who appears to be his neighbor is heard shouting “no” at the buffaloes while a group of men seem to direct the herd back to the Promise Land.

Rick Ross’s neighbor feared that the buffaloes could pose a safety issue because she has small children, and buffaloes can weigh up to 2,200 pounds. The buffaloes were also tearing up the grass on her property. The neighbor tried to settle the messy situation with Rick Ross in person, but she allegedly got into a verbal altercation with one of Rick Ross’s associates.