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RICK ROSS GIFTS HIS SON WITH WINGSTOP FRANCHISE FOR HIS 16TH BIRTHDAY

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Rick Ross’ son William L. Roberts celebrated his sixteenth birthday a few days ago, and his father’s gift was pretty special. Getting him ready for a lifetime of wealth, the rapper gifted his son his own wingstop Franchise. This is no surprise because Rick Ross never supplies us with anything less than Boss Moves.

The rapper, who opened his first Wingstop franchise back in 2011 in Memphis, revealed he purchased his son, William Roberts his very own franchise for his 16th birthday in an Instagram post:

Everyone wish my son @mmgbigbank happy 16th Birthday,” wrote Rick Ross on Instagram. “Today he became the owner of his 1st @wingstop franchise. Your now officially a BOSS !!! Keep Going.”

AfroTech previously reported that Rick Ross owns at least 25 wingstop Restaurants which bring in $200,000 each year in sales. It has also been reported that he brought in an estimated $7 million from his Wingstop investments in 2014

William posed for pictures on a throne, rocking a Versace-clad outfit and taking a bite out of a chicken wing. Clearly, he is excited to be the new owner of a wingstop franchise.

William I am extremely proud of you my son,” added Rozay in a comment.

Ross’ son received birthday messages from T.I, Calboy, Jim Jones, and many more.

William previously went viral for a series of photos, in which fans noticed that he shares the exact same face as his father. Earlier this year, he revealed that he had received offers from some of the most competitive schools to play on their football teams as an offensive lineman. He is currently an offensive tackle for St. Thomas Aquinas High School.

It is amazing to see Rick Ross make deliberate steps towards his children’s success. Hopefully, William will follow in his father’s footsteps and continue to make boss moves.

Rick Ross is currently in London having the time of his life, he is enjoying everything it has to offer.

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