Rick Ross Presents Vintage Car Collection For XXL Digital Coverage
Miami rap veteran Rick Ross, who is celebrating both his 46th birthday and the deluxe release of his 11th studio album, Richer than I’ve ever been The album, today, often showcases what black excellence and opulence look like via daily Instagram posts. He inspires a legion of followers to strive for greatness. There are varying levels to his own accomplishments, which include everything from his 20-year music career to over 20 trademark deals. There’s also a serious vintage car collection that Ross has amassed, which includes a selection of awesome vintage whips. The Boss showcases an assortment of his classic automobiles at his 109-bedroom mansion called The Promise Land for XXL as he graces the magazine’s digital cover.
“It’s also a scam side to want these whips,” said the head of the Maybach Music Group XXL. “You get these cars and it’s cool. There’s nothing wrong with getting inspired for your own satisfaction, you know, just for your own vibe. But it’s also a business side. I’m still a student to that.
Rick Ross was photographed by Zach Wolfe at the residence in Fayetteville, Georgia in late January. Led in front of a classic automobile, it’s clear the Chevys are driving high around The Promise Land, once owned by boxing legend Evander Holyfield. The rapper’s passion for old-school muscle started as a kid and has risen to major investment status these days. On the list today are a 1955 and 1957 Bel Air, a 1971 Caprice, a 1971 Impala and a 1964 C10 pickup truck.
Watch Rick Ross explore his rare cars at The Promise Land below.
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