When you’re the biggest boss, every day is an opportunity to level up — or at least, that’s how it appears for Rick Ross.
From Wing Stop to BelAire Rosé, the “Hustlin” emcee isn’t just flaunting a boss lifestyle through his music — he actually lives it
This time, he might be looking into where he fits into the business of NASCAR. After rumors swirled that the 46-year-old could potentially join the sport as an investor, he took to Instagram to ask fans what they think the ideal partnership between the two would look like.
Linking Up With NASCAR
Adam Stern of Fox Business Journal first broke the news that Ross was in attendance during a recent Atlanta race and began asking the question as to whether or not the boss had his sights set on NASCAR.
“@RickRoss attended the NASCAR race at Atlanta last weekend and met with industry folks,” said Stern via Twitter. “He is said to be interested in collaborating with @NASCAR either through promotions or even possibly becoming a team investor.”
.@RickRoss attended the NASCAR race at Atlanta last weekend and met with industry folks.
🔲 He is said to be interested in collaborating with @NASCAR either through promotions or even possibly becoming a team investor. pic.twitter.com/MwUs6oCpH9
— Adam Stern (@A_S12) July 12, 2022
When he isn’t spending time working on new business ventures, Ross can be found tending to things at his Atlanta mansion which has been dubbed the “Promised Land.” His home currently sits upon 235 acres of land and the latest edition to the estate includes a cow, a lion and lioness, as well as a pair of buffalos.
For The Culture
While Ross didn’t directly deny or confirm that the alleged meeting took place, he did reshare the post of the rumor via his Instagram.
“Let’s keep this conversation going,” said Ross in the caption. “Who loves @NASCAR? How could our community get more involved with @NASCAR? What would you like to see different or enhanced in the @NASCAR culture?”
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Only time will tell if the “Aston Martin Music” lyricist will get the community involved in whatever could be in the works between him and the brand.