It prevails for rap stars to extol cars and trucks and ladies. The 2 styles have actually been a function of the rap culture considering that it began. Several leading rap stars have lines in their music either boasting about their cars and truck collections or the ladies in their lives.
And so when it is stated that stars enjoy cars and trucks, it is not stated in a vacuum however based upon their way of life. Recently, rap artist Rick Ross showed his cars and truck collections on Instagram, offering credence to his popular rap lines, “New Mercedes sedan, the Lex’ sport/So many cars, DMV thought it was mail fraud” on Kanye West’s “Devil in a New Dress.”
The rap artist provided his fans access to his 109-room Georgia estate and a line-up of twelve of his cars and truck collections. Rick Ross supposedly has around 100 cars and trucks to his name however the video on his Instagram page reveals twelve traditional automobiles on his unlimited driveway.
The video begins with all the second-generation designs of blue Chevrolet Bel Airs from 1955 and 1957. The video then ends with some retro trucks such as the brown and tan 1980s Chevrolet C/K with aftermarket LED headlights, according to Car Driver.
In a current interview, the Florida- based rap artist exposed how he can manage to have numerous cars and trucks in his garage. According to him, individuals pay him to take photos with his cars and truck.
Rick Ross, to put it simply, has actually put the cars and truck to utilize in such a method that it is spending for itself. Interestingly, he is doing the exact same with his estate that was utilized in making the film Coming 2 America.
In March, Face2Face Africa reported the Port of Miami rap artist leased the residential or commercial property to be utilized as the palace of Zamunda for the follow up of the popular funny film Coming 2America The rap artist stated he has actually made $2.7 million from leasing the estate to film manufacturers.
He likewise divulged in an interview with Forbes that he conserves $1 million a year in upkeep expenses for his 235-acre Georgia estate. The rap artist, born William Leonard Roberts II, supposedly purchased the big Fayetteville residential or commercial property in 2014 for $5.8 m from retired famous fighter Evander Holyfield.
Besides its enormous substance, the estate likewise has more than 100 spaces along with a 350,000-gallon pool.
After ending up being the brand-new owner of the residential or commercial property, the rap artist stated he was continuously advised by locals of just how much Holyfield invested a year to cut the lawn. And though Ross is understood for rapping about administering money for pricey things along with services, the 45-year-old stated he likewise effectively comprehends how to invest sensibly.
“When I bought the Fayetteville estate, locals would see me walk out of a restaurant and scream, ‘You know Holyfield spent $1 million a year to cut the grass.’ So I decided that I was gonna cut my own grass. And that’s what I did,” the rap artist stated.