Rick Ross reveals big plans to invest in Kenya
American rapper Rick Ross, who will perform on Saturday in the NRGWave concert at Carnivore grounds, is already thinking of investing in Kenya.
Rick Ross, who arrived in the country on Friday morning to a VIP reception, is not only known for his music but his entrepreneurial skills.
“I’m always open minded I just want to win, so you never know when you all see me out here make sure you halla at me. I have seen some incredible art, I have seen some beautiful furniture I just love the hustle,” Rick Ross said during an interview on NTV.
The Everyday I’m Hustlin hitmaker went on to give investment tips to budding entrepreneurs.
“I love to see people create because as black people we love to consume but we have to make sure we create more than we consume,” he said.
According to sources, the 42-year-old rapper is worth $35 million, money largely earned from sale of music and from his music management recording label Maybach Music Group.
He also owns the Wing Stop Restaurants chain which includes his newly acquired Checkers Fast Food Restaurant in Florida.
According to online magazine, Indystar, as at February 2016, the rapper had opened a total of 23 Fast Food Restaurants not mentioning the Checkers Checkers Fast Food Restaurant which he acquired last year.
He started setting up his restaurants business back in 2014 across Mississipi, Alabama and Florida and his vast businesses now reportedly provide employment to more than 1,600 employee.
On Sunday Rick Ross will launch a hospital ward name after him at the Texas Cancer Center in Mbagathi just behind Strathmore University.