Rick Ross crashed his Rolls-Royce into a building in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. According to reports by TMZ on Monday, Jan. 28 Rick Ross was fleeing in his Rolls-Royce to try and escape a gunman who was shooting at his car.
There are multiple reports claiming that Rick Ross took off in his vehicle in order to save himself and his female passenger from gunfire. The gunman apparently struck several buildings that were in the area with his gun; however, Rick Ross and his female passenger were not shot during the incident.
During his escape from the gunman Rick Ross sped off in his Rolls-Royce which he eventually crashed into a building.
The incident took place at 5:00 a.m. and out of the dozens of shots fired at the vehicle none actually hit the Rolls-Royce.
Police officials are currently still investigating the shooting and have not identified any known suspects involved in the shooting at this time.
Last year there were rumors speculating that the street gang Gangster Disciples were mad at Rick Ross for his use of Larry Hoover's name in his 2010 rap “B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)." Members of the gang even took to YouTube and posted a video about their grievances against Rick Ross.
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