Rick Ross Resurfaces at Wingstop Opening After Hospitalization
The Bawse got back to business after being hospitalized for a medical emergency. Rick Ross celebrated the opening of his new Wingstop restaurant in Memphis over the weekend.
The Miami rapper reportedly suffered two seizures while headed to a concert on Friday. The first health scare occurred during a Delta flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Memphis. The plane made an emergency landing after Ross lost consciousness. Paramedics rushed to the scene to perform CPR and he was released shortly after.
Rozay tweeted a video showing that he was fine, but hours later suffered a second seizure aboard a private jet taking him to Memphis for the “Memphis Madness” event. The plane was grounded in Birmingham, Alabama, and he was forced to cancel. Despite initial plans for him to perform the next day at North Carolina A&T State University’s homecoming concert, he pulled out of his appearance moments before the show, citing health concerns.
But the Bawse did resurface at the grand opening of his new Wingstop fast food franchise in Memphis on Sunday. He looked like his usual self as he posed for a photo with DJ Khaled. “My brother ROZAY!!IS GOOD!!!” tweeted the Cash Money DJ.
Ross is scheduled to perform next in Atlanta on October 21. His fifth album God Forgives, I Don’t is due December 13 featuring the singles “I Love My Bitches” and “You the Boss” with Nicki Minaj.