Rick Ross has been sharing several Instagram posts from his lavish trip to Dubai over the last couple of days. In a series of video clips posted to his Instagram Stories, the Maybach Music Group boss struggles with a camel as multiple handlers try to help him up.
Although National Geographic says camels can carry anywhere from 375 to 600 pounds for up to 25 miles, jokes about the camel buckling under Ross’s large frame started flying in the comment section of Akademiks’ post.
“I don’t speak camel but ik that n-gga was pleading to god at that very moment,” one person wrote, while another said, “Hot dessert, no water and RICK ROSS ON YOUR BACK ??? Nah this that camels last day on Earth.” Over 1,000 comments littered the post and a lot of them were screaming “animal cruelty” or calling it a “crime.”
Rick Ross has been dabbling in farming as of late. He recently purchased his own 10-month-old cow as he gets to work on cultivating his own “Promised Land” on his sprawling Georgia estate.
“I’m ready for it right now,” Rick Ross said as the cow was being delivered. “I’m happier than a muthafucka! This a dream come true for Rozay! You know what this is for a young boy from Carol City to have horses and now a big boy?”
The 46-year-old rapper has also tried his hand at being an arborist. Late last month, he discovered it was going to cost him $10,000 to cut down 10 trees from his property, so he decided to take matters into his own hands.
“I just told my homie, ‘You go to Home Depot and you go get me the biggest muthafuckin’ saw there is with a big chain, and you crank that muthafucka,” he said in an Instagram clip. “Imma cut the trees down.’ You heard me? The thing about business, I’m hands on so Imma handle my own.
“Hold on, I need someone to hit Kanye and tell Kanye I need some of them boots, I’m going to cut the tree down. I need some boots. Yeezy! I need them boots, baby!” Ross wasn’t done there; he then bought himself his own utility tractor to help him dispose of the chopped down trees.