Rick Ross’ car show will go on, his attorney says
FAYETTE COUNTY, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Rapper and business owner Rick Ross’ second annual car show scheduled for June 3 at his Georgia home, is still on.
His attorney told Atlanta News First that a court hearing Wednesday morning ruled that the rapper is free to move forward with acquiring a permit for the event.
The show, scheduled on June 3, is set to take place at his home which he refers to as “The Promise Land.”
In recent weeks, residents in Fayette County sued to prevent the county from allowing Ross to pursue a permit for his event. They cited traffic and noise as concerns, hoping for the show to be canceled.
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Although Fayette officials were also concerned about traffic and zoning, the judge ruled against the Fayette County residents.
The self-proclaimed “Biggest Boss” has evolved from a Miami rap legend into a successful businessman, mogul, and innovator over the last nearly 20 years. He is best known for hits such as “Hustlin”, “Aston Martin Music,” “Chevy Ridin High,” “Pop That,” “Made Men” with Drake, “Stay Schemin”, “Lemon Pepper” with Drake, “Run It”, and more.
In March, Ross performed at State Farm Arena for the Legendz of the Streetz Reloaded tour.
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