Rick Ross has been known to flex on the competition — acquiring millions of dollars in gaudy jewelry ranging from rings to neckwear and more recently, a new custom watch.
On Monday (July 10) Rozay took to Instagram, where he unveiled a pricey new wrist piece — to the tune of $20 million — courtesy of Jacob The Jeweler. “I’m excited. It’s amazing. And just thanks for getting it to the city for me to try on,” the rapper said during a FaceTime call with the creator. “This is the billionaire,” he added while providing a closeup of the watch.
In the video, the “Hustlin’” rhymer revealed the watch took over three years to assemble, due to the hundreds of tiny stones encrusting the band. “From my perspective, it’s a beautiful thing. It’s a beautiful moment. This is an amazing timepiece. It took over three and a half years to collect the stones. These are not emerald green stones. These are Tsavorites.”
“This cannot be duplicated. This cannot be replicated,” he concluded.
Check out the Bawse’s new wrist bling below.
Rick Ross says his $20M watch took 3 years to make 💰https://t.co/52WCdDsvQrpic.twitter.com/9QpJz5uGcS
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) July 10, 2023
Earlier this spring, Ross invested in an equally impressive Jesus piece. Taking to social media to flaunt a massive gold chain which seemingly mirrored his leg tattoo (a life-like portrait of Jesus of Nazareth) he wrote, “Are you ready?”
The post, complete with a handful of car and water emojis, was in all actuality promo for his second annual “The Rick Ross Car and Bike Show.”
Meanwhile, in June, the rapper put his pocketbook towards more philanthropic pursuits when he made a generous five-figure donation to a Georgia healthcare clinic to keep it from closing its doors.
Rozay found out the Fayette C.A.R.E. Clinic in Fayette County, Georgia was going shut down operations through his lawyer Steve Sadow, so he stepped in to make sure that didn’t happen by writing a check to the clinic for $30,179.
The MMG mogul presented the check to the women running the C.A.R.E. Clinic on Juneteenth (June 19) when he explained how healthcare holds a special place in his heart due to his own health issues as well as the loss of his father at a young age.
“A clinic like this means a lot to me. I lost my father at an early age and I felt like one of the reasons I lost him so early was his lack of healthcare,” Ross said.
The clinic allows poorer families to have access to doctors and budget medications and they’ve been running mostly on donations — with Rozay’s being the largest.