Rick Ross is an automobile fanatic, and he will soon have a museum to showcase his massive car collection.
Announced on his Instagram on Oct. 4, Rick Ross showed off his 200 cars and announced he would be creating a museum with his collection for all to see, Vibe Magazine reported. Ironically, Ross got his driver’s license just one year ago, at the age of 45.
The rapper, whose net worth is estimated at approximately $40 million, also plans to get another 100 cars by the end of the year.
“Rick Ross car collection is expanded, baby,” Rick Ross said on Instagram. “We had to go bigger. We need more sh-t. We got more cars. We got 200, and we plan to get another 100 this year, baby.”
His car collection includes both modern, exotic, and vintage cars, and Ross seems to prefer General Motors automobiles and vintage Chevys. According to Auto Evolution, Ross’ cars all seem to be in pristine condition.
Ross also owns several custom motorcycles.
The Maybach Music Group founder also said he wants to open car museums in three locations, but in the meantime, he is taking suggestions from his fans.
“So this one of the first of the three we building,” the MMG founder said. “I’ll let you know the name of the auto museum, let’s go.”
Had His Own Car Show
Earlier this year, Ross held his first annual Rick Ross Car & Bike Show, held at his Atlanta mansion, The Promise Land. According to the event website, it was sold out.
In addition to the wild life sanctuary he is building on his property, Rick Ross runs multiple businesses. There’s his Hemp Hop Smokables, a hemp cigarette industry product line. Hemp Hop Smokables is partnership between the mogul and San Diego-based hemp cigarette manufacturer Hempacco.
Ross also co-owners several Wingstops franchise locations under his business entity Boss Wings Enterprises LLC.
As Finurah previously reported, Rick Ross is a businessman who accepts accountability.
Wingstop properties managed by rapper Rick Ross’ mother and sister in Mississippi have been found to have violated federal labor laws. The two are listed on the paperwork for five Mississippi locations where investigators found the management illegally deducted money from workers’ wages and made them pay for their own uniforms.
In addition to Wingstop and Smokables, here is a list of other registered businesses owned by Rick Ross: Rick Ross Touring, WLR Automobile Leasing, Port of Miami, Maybach Music Publishing, Rich Forever, Rick Ross Charities, WLR Brand Sovereign Holdings, Boss Burgers, Fly Trap, and Biggest Boss Trucking.