Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross appears comfortable roaming the streets once again weeks after nearly losing his life to gunfire and appeared at alleged love interest Shateria Moragne-el‘s fashion show this week.
Photos of Ricky Rozay and Moragne-el along with a tweet from the “Boss” himself have started to circulate online.
Straight from the Grammys, Rick Ross was front row at Shateria Moragne-el’s runway show during New York Fashion Week on Tuesday. The Maybach Music founder has been romantically linked to the designer, who was riding shotgun in his Rolls-Royce during last month’s drive-by shooting. The Bawse looked dapper in a coat and collared shirt while smoking a cigar and sipping wine alongside Waka Flocka Flame, Trina, and Toya Wright. “Only fat ni**a sitting Frontrow at the fashion show,” tweeted Rozay, whose sixth album Mastermind is due this summer. (Rap-Up)
Shortly after last month’s Fort Lauderdale, Florida shooting, the fashion designer’s identity surfaced.
8:45 AM PT — Cops have now confirmed Ross was driving the Rolls-Royce at the time of the crash. The passenger was Shateria L. Moragne-el — who is reportedly dating the rapper. Cops say neither party suffered any injuries. The suspects fled from the scene before cops arrived on scene. (TMZ)
During the Grammy Awards, Ross briefly spoke on what took place and why he had no intention of changing his entire lifestyle up despite dodging death.
“Not at all, not at all,” Ross said when asked if there were any new developments since last month’s shooting. “No suspects and we’re not here to speculate on any suspects. I’m just staying positive, I’m moving forward and I’m just staying on top of my game. MMG. We got the biggest releases of the year, this year, coming. That’s my focus and I’m here — you most definitely got to make some adjustments [to your security] but at the same time, I’m gonna live my life and do what I love to do and that’s make music.” (MTV)
Handfuls of entertainers have reacted to Rick’s headline-generating shooting, including Maybach Music Group’s own Wale.
“I think the whole thing’s been blown up,” Wale said about Ross’ shooting. “I think the media, you know, is perpetuating a lot of things, God forbid something happen to anybody then they’re going to be playing people’s records all day and acting like [they cared]. … It’s a joke to y’all because you see somebody on TV everyday but what if that’s your friend, ’cause that’s my friend. I was talking to him last night about the football game so what y’all think is a joke, that’s somebody’s health. I know his children. You know what I’m saying? God forbid something happens — and I just lost one of my brothers so I don’t even play around with that stuff.” (“Streez Morning Grind”)