Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross has the Internet buzzing this week after hinting at intentions to become a possible investor in the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.
According to the Bawse, big talks about his interest in becoming more than a fan have started.
“I went and sat down with the Miami Dolphins, we discussed a few things. You know, I’ve been interested in trying to buy a small percentage of the Dolphins for some time. They finally invited me into the office. I sat with some people. It was a real positive conversation.” (“Angie Martinez Show”)
Rick Ross does not hold back in this interview right here…
Aside from the NFL talk, Ross recently discussed how he managed to shed tons of pounds.
“I’m still a big boy,” Ross said when asked about his weight loss. “Man, I’ve been working out. I’ve been on that RossFit program. I started that about a year, a year and a half ago. Reebok had introduced me to it and I dropped a few [pounds]. You gotta do RossFit. Do that RossFit. It’s just that turning up, you going hard. You’re just going hard. I was quitting everyday like, ‘I can’t do this. This ain’t for Rozay.’ Then they started dragging you on those long runs and once you’re out there, you’re out there. You gotta finish. I just completed my first four mile walk/jog.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Ross has reportedly shed 100 pounds over the past year.
The hip-hop star has been losing weight gradually since last year and has dropped an estimated 100 pounds at least, according to reports. Ross, who has continuously touted Reebok’s CrossFit program when asked about his slimmer figure, and his rep have not confirmed an actual number. Fans started to notice Ross’ weight loss last fall (pictured above, left, Ross performs in Miami on Nov. 23, 2013). He appeared slimmer than ever at Hot 107.9 FM’s Birthday Bash 19 in Atlanta on June 14 (pictured above, right). (E! Online)
Over the summer, Ross said he had relied on a personal trainer and a gym routine to lose weight.
“I ain’t really keeping up with the amount of weight,” Ross said when asked how much weight he has lost. “I just wanted to get into better shape, put myself in a better position. I still eat the way I want to eat. I just go to the gym now. I do this sh*t called CrossFit. I call it RossFit. It’s called RossFit now. If y’all see this, hashtag RossFit. … Reebok had introduced me to a trainer and what he turned me onto was, let’s say for instance, if you’re on a treadmill and you did that sh*t for 30 minutes, you burning calories but you could be doing something that’s burning calories and building muscles at the same time.” (“Tim Westwood TV”)