Rick Ross is a man who made waves in his business. The businessman knows how to take things on the chin and have fun when it’s necessary. He recently celebrated his son’s 17th birthday.
After gifting his son a Wingstop location on the 16th birthday, Daddy Ross gave his son a $1k Beef Steak for the 17th Birthday. The Steak can be seen by anyone in attendance.
It’s called Wagyu Tomahawk, and it’s glowing briefcase has references to Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film Pulp Fiction. Samuel L. Jackson’s character opens up a glowing briefcase that fans theorized contained a person’s soul in the legendary movie.
Along with celebrations, Rick has been on the receiving end of some government notices for his five Wingstop locations. He owns 25 of them and accepts that when you run a business, mistakes are bound to happen.
He accepts that their may have been an issue and that’s why the $100,000 bill from The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has been imposed for multiple violations including safety training and background check issues, as well as register shortages and more.
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