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Rick Ross Switches to Rolls-Royce and Ferrari, Has Parking Spots at Hard Rock Stadium

For everyone who follows Rick Ross, you might already know that modesty is not among his qualities. In the last 24 hours, the rapper showed his Rolls-Royce Phantom, revealed he has a dozen parking spaces at Miami Dolphin’s Hard Rock Stadium, and drove a Ferrari 458 Speciale.
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Rick Ross worked hard to get to where he is, and he constantly brags about it. His Instagram account is full of his wisdom, which frequently includes the idea of “working hard,” so you can enjoy the benefits later. He loves showing how far he’s gotten and he did get far. Besides being a world-renowned rapper, he owns a record label, he wrote a book, and owns more than 25 Wingston locations.

Recently, Rick Ross showed an extensive part of his collection of classic cars, but now it looks like he wants to switch it up.

The last few days, the rapper showed several Instagram Stories watching the Miami Dolphins from a luxury box. But it looks like his love for sports went beyond that as he announced he has a dozen parking spaces with “Maybach Empire” (his label record's name) written on the ground at Hard Rock Stadium.

Sharing a picture of his Rolls-Royce Phantom, he made the announcement writing: “Never imagined having a dozen personal parking spots like Don Shula @ the Dolphins ???? stadium.Well we do.For the next 3 seasons.Like I always tell my mom ‘Ella you did it’...

When it comes to his future, the rapper shares that he feels as if “owning a % of the @miamidolphins in my future.”

Shortly after that, Rick Ross jumped behind the wheel of a Ferrari 458 Speciale and filmed himself enjoying some music while driving and smoking a cigarette. A few hours later, he added a few Instagram Stories with someone filming the 458 Speciale, which he could’ve been driving. You can check out the pics of the car in the gallery.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom and Ferrari 458 Speciale make a radical change from his love for GM and classic Chevrolets. But given his latest announcement, they surely emphasize his “biggest boss” status.




 
 
 
 
 

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