Rick Ross Gives His Neighbors Money Advice To Help Car Show Concerns

In an effort to persuade his neighbors that his divisive auto show will in fact assist the Fayetteville, Georgia neighborhood, Rick Ross has provided some financial advice.

On May 17, Rozay uploaded a video to his Instagram Stories explaining how his forthcoming motoring event, which is scheduled to take place on June 3 at his Promise Land estate, will benefit his community.

Ross said,

You know what we did to the financial literacy of the community — not just Fayette, not just Fulton — it goes around. These Airbnbs going through the roof. It’s gon’ be more gas sold on June 3 than y’all sold in six months. Y’all gotta think of the financial literacy that Rozay bringing to the table.

He continued,

It ain’t too late to print your signs. The closer you are to the Promise Land, charge ’em $100 a parking spot. The further you are, charge ’em $50. Come on y’all. Y’all wanna make some money or not? We got car washes coming out here, we feeding a lot of people.

Fayette County turned down a permit for Rozay’s second annual auto show, which will feature performances from Gucci Mane and himself. The Biggest Bawse, however, has stayed steadfast and stated that the concert will proceed as scheduled because he has been abiding with county regulations.

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