Rick Ross has created a multi-million dollar hip hop empire with his Maybach Music Group label, enabling him to own over 100 cars. Now finally, at the age of 45, he has a license to drive them.
The Boss admits he’s been driving illegally for years, and has been pulled over by police many times, without ever getting a ticket.
“It’s something about my smile. Every time I get pulled over, by the time the officers walked up….They like, ‘Go ‘head, Rozay. We know you good,'” he told Today.
“My mom and my sister pressured me, finally. So I went and took the test. It took me an hour,” the “Hustlin'” rapper added. “You know, I missed a few answers but I got it.”
Ross published a new book, The Perfect Day to Boss Up: A Hustler’s Guide to Building Your Empire, on September 7, and he’s headlining the Legendz of the Streetz tour which kicks off September 30 in Augusta, GA. He’ll be joined by Jeezy, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz, with special guests Fabolous, Lil Kim, Trina and Boosie Badazz.
The six-time Grammy nominee, who’s featured on Drake‘s number-one album, Certified Lover Boy, says he’s finalizing his 11th solo album, titled Richer Than I’ve Ever Been. It will be Ross’ first solo album since Port of Miami 2 in 2019.
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