- Rick Ross presented his son with his first fast food outlet when he turned 16 on Tuesday, 14 September
- The hip-hop mogul took to social media and shared that he gifted Big Bank a Wingstop franchise on his birthday
- The US rapper owns a couple of Wingstop branches all over the US and wants his son to follow in his footsteps
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Rick Ross has blessed his son with his very own fast food outlet. The superstar's kid turned 16 on Tuesday, 16 February and the rapper presented him with his own Wingstop franchise.
The hip-hop mogul, who owns over a dozen Wingstop branches, took to social media to ask his peers in the US entertainment industry to with Big Bank a fabulous day when he turned 16.
"Everyone wish my son @mmgbigbank HAPPY 16th BIRTHDAY!!! Today he became the owner of his 1st @wingstop franchise. Your now officially a BOSS!!! Keep Going."
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Rick Ross' verified friends took to his comment section to help him wish Big Bank a happy birthday and to also congratulate him for his dope present. Check out some of the comments below:
"Happy Birthday God Bless Young Boss."
"Happy Bday Bank! Congratulations."
"Happy birthday @mmgbigbank congrats on the @wingstop (my fav spot) young fella."
"Happy Gday Young King."
"Love this. Happy bday!"
"Happy Bday BOSS MAN!!! @mmgbigbank."
Drake says Rick Ross is the greatest rapper alive
In other news, Briefly News reported that Drake is one of the best rappers alive currently. The popular musician surprised many people when he posted that he thinks Rick Ross is the greatest rapper still doing it.
The Toosie Slide hitmaker reportedly took to his Instagram Stories on Wednesday, 11 August and made the claim. He posted a clip of Rozay with his new OVO artist, Smiley.
The caption of the video caught the attention of many hip-hop fans. Drizzy captioned his post:
"The greatest rapper alive met my favourite rapper alive," Drake wrote, according to Complex.