Hollywood actor Terry Crews recently talked about seeing Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross trade in the microphone for a shot at stardom on the big screen.
In Crews’ opinion, he could see the “Bawse” and even his one-time rap rival 50 Cent appearing in a future Expendables action flick.
“For me, I want to see Rick Ross,” Crews said in an interview when asked what musician he would like to see become an Expendables cast member. “I would love to see Rick Ross as a kingpin or somewhere in the Expendables. You know what I mean? Some African dictator who ain’t playing. 50 [Cent] would be on our side. 50 wouldn’t be a bad guy, he would be on our side. [laughs] There you go!” (BET)
Ricky Rozay teased his Twitter followers with a photo next to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft last month and hinted at a possible NFL career.
“Me and Robert Kraft negotiating me a 1 yr deal #MaxContract | @wingstop @belairerose @mCigs,” Ross tweeted July 26. (Rick Ross’ Twitter)
The Miami native 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)
Earlier this 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”)
Check out the interview: