A denied permit won’t stop the show … at least that’s what Rick Ross has told his fanbase. The rapper posted an Instagram Story Tuesday to share that his second annual car and bike show will go on as planned despite the Fayette County Planning and Zoning Commission denying the permit for the event.
“I just parked the pink Cadillac out here. We getting ready, June 3 it’s going down, it can’t be stopped for nothing,” Rozay said, adding the show is on a private property, where guests have been “privately invited.”
He then revealed he loves the city of Fayetteville so much that he plans to run for mayor next year.
“That’s right. The boss Rick Ross running for mayor of Fayetteville. I wanna know how many votes did it actually take to vote in the mayor of Fayetteville,” he said. “I need to know that ‘cause we gon’ become that. We gon’ make that happen, and we gonna have a good time. We gon’ give some people opportunities, we gon’ give some people raises and, of course, we gon’ have to clean some people out.”
Ross’ response and political announcement come after the Fayette County Planning and Zoning Commission determined his car and bike show “is not in compliance with” the county’s zoning rules.
The event is slated to take place June 3 at Ross’ Promise Land estate. He and Gucci Mane are set to perform.
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