Rick Ross

Rick Ross Breaks Silence After Hospitalization

  /  03.08.2018

Rick Ross is sharing his gratitude for the well wishes, just days after being released from the hospital over a serious health scare.

The Maybach Music Group mogul returned to Instagram on Thursday (March 8), with a message of love for his fans, followers, and family. “Ain’t nothing like home,” he wrote with a prayer hands emoji. “I love y’all.”

Ever the business man, the photo is a celebration of his Luc Belaire Rare Rose sparkling wine. In it, he holds the company’s black bottle and wears a jacket baring its emblem with “Black Bottle Boys” on the back.


Rozay, who has not spoken about his hospitalization directly, signed the brief message “WLR,” the initials for his given name, William Leonard Roberts.

Following his hospitalization, Ross made several posts on social media that avoided the topic of his health. He published an image of a Rolex and bracelets, followed by a “Free Meek Mill” post and another portrait of himself with no caption.

His health status remains unclear. Although he was sent home, it’s been reported that the rapper is receiving medical care in his residence.

It’s been a trying week for Ross, who was found unresponsive in his Florida mansion on Friday (March 2). He was hospitalized and reportedly put on life support over a possible heart attack. Although the details have been disputed by friends and family, he postponed his daughter’s Sweet 16 party as a result of the health scare.


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