Rick Ross is one of the most well-known rappers in hip-hop, as well as one of the wealthiest. Fans will be astounded, yet maybe not surprised, to learn that Rick Ross is planning to import more animals to his Promise Land. Rick Ross now needs someone to feed his lion cubs when they arrive.
Rick Ross disclosed to his Instagram followers back in May that he was excited to bring some pet cats to his Georgia estate, The Promise Land, however, the animals he has on the way are far larger than the typical four-legged pets people keep at home.
The rapper took to social media to ask his 15.6 million followers for aid in caring for the lion cubs who will be joining him shortly. Rick captioned two videos of his babies, asking people who could look after his lions.
“I’m looking for someone to feed both of my CUBS once they delivered from SENEGAL.”
In one of them, a zookeeper, can be seen lavishing love and devotion on the animals while remarking to Rick Ross that the baby lions are ready in Senegal, West Africa.
“Hi guys! Rick Ross, today I am here with the baby cat. Your baby cat is here, they are ready. You can see them here in Senegal, West Africa. Yeah, Rick Ross, they are ready for you.”
The second video Rozay released was first shared in the spring, when he teased the notion of bringing some huge cats home to add to his collection. “My pet cats are ready to come home,” he remarked at the time, implying that #ThePromiseLandZoo could be realized at his estate in the future.
While he did not say when the lion cubs would arrive, he does appear excited about the arrival. Over the last two months, Ross has organized his first ever auto show at The Promise Land, for which he purchased a fire truck, a tank with Louis Vuitton detailing, and over 100 vehicles.
In March of this year, the Richer Than I Ever Been hitmaker also brought home two large buffalo. Rick Ross appears to be an animal enthusiast, and it looks like he wants to make his promise land distinctive by incorporating these species. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.
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