Rick Ross Bought His Son A Fried Chicken Franchise For His Birthday
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Father of the year right here…

Ultimate baller Rick Ross is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to throwing down the big bucks, the ‘Hustlin’ rapper going all out for his son’s 16th birthday. I know what you’re thinking: a Tesla (or Teslas), a recording studio or even a mansion would be the go-to assumption for what the multi-platinum artist would cop for his son, but this is Rick Ross we’re talking about; and the gift is almost as badass as his limitless car collection.

Now, Rick Ross’ son is now the proud owner of a fried chicken franchise named Wingstop, which boasts 25 locations all across the U.S. Posting a picture of his business-owning son to Instagram, Ross wrote “Everyone wish my son @mmgbigbank HAPPY 16th BIRTHDAY!!!Today, he became the owner of his 1st @wingstop franchise. “[You’re] now officially a BOSS!!! Keep Going.”

Rosses history with Wingstop runs deep, with the rapper explaining in a recent interview “Well, first and foremost, my personal passion for it hasn’t wavered any, over all the years I’ve loved Wingstop. You see, I’m still repping it like it’s the first time I had it. And when I eat Wingstop, it’s still like the first time I had it.”

Regarding his relationship with Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison, Ross added “He knew I didn’t have the time sitting in a franchise, but he saw my vision and my passion. He opened the doors for me. He didn’t just let me follow my dreams. He let me go to that next level.”

I guess ballers do family birthdays just a bit differently. Check out Ross’ franchise-owning son below.

Words by Amar Gera September 15, 2021
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