Rapper Rick Ross has at least 100 cars, but he can’t drive one — at least not legally.
This week on social media, Ross made a shocking admission that he owns over 100 luxury automobiles, but doesn’t have a driver’s license. The Instagram Stories video was later captured and shared by YouTuber Akademiks
“Who own a hundred cars and don’t have a driver’s license,” the “Running the Streets” emcee said in the clip, appearing to be in disbelief over his own statement. “But more importantly, I’m filling out everything for my driver’s license, and they ask me, ‘Are you an organ donor?’ ”
Still seemingly stunned, Ross continued, “And you know what I said? ‘Damn. If something was to happen to me and they looked inside of me and saw how good my heart was. Don’t let me die just to take my good heart.”
Folks on social media were in disbelief as many were quick to jokingly reference his “Speedin’” music video, which found him jumping off a bridge, including one Instagram user who wrote, “No wonder he jumped off a bridge over a speeding ticket.”
Another person commented, “Weird flex but ok.” “Bro is flexing Depreciating assets… when will our people be free?” wrote a third. Meanwhile, other people in the comments section barely could make out the moral of Ross’ impromptu Instagram story. “Rick Ross be high af I’d definitely listen to this n-gga for wisdom and entertainment cause this one was bs but he be dropping gems,” wrote a fourth.
The Maybach Music Group CEO routinely shows off his lavish collection with photos and clips uploaded to his social media page, including multiple blue Chevrolet Bel Airs, all second-generation models between the years of 1955 and 1957 and a brown and tan 1980s Chevrolet C/K with aftermarket LED headlights. Ross was also featured on “Garage” with late-night talk show veteran Jay Leno. The pair discussed the rapper’s impressive collection and his knowledge of rare collector items.
However, the excessive amount of whips aren’t just for showing off. The “Act a Fool” rapper said during an episode of the “I Am Athlete” podcast that similar to what he did with his home, when he rented his mansion out for the production of “Coming 2 America,” Ross rents outs his cars by the hour for photo shoots.