For some, their name speaks for itself. Rick Ross feels he is one of those people. That being the case he has done something he shouldn’t have.
Ross posted a video on his Instagram Story on Thursday, February 10th. In the video he showed himself receiving a jewelry delivery from New York City-based jeweler, Jacob & Co. It was being delivered via armored truck company Malca-Amit Armored, Inc.
The Item which was being delivered is a pinky ring, which Ross said in the video. However when the delivery man asked for his ID the MMG boss refused to show identification. He felt his face-card and the double Rs that adorned his property was sufficient.
While recording the interaction Ross asked the armored truck delivery person, “Hol’ up, what you say you need?”. After the man told him identification is required in order for Rozay to retrieve his package, Georgia-living rhymer replied, “I’m the boss, I don’t need ID. Boss, Rozay”. The next portion of the exchange wasn’t recorded.
The videos have provoked a reaction on social media from some critical of Ross. Some suggested that he was making the driver’s job more difficult in an attempt to flex. Others laughed at the idea that everyone would immediately know who Rozay is.
Well, needlessly making regular people’s job more difficult is not something we can call flex.