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Rick Ross To Improve Atlanta Police & Community Relationships Via An Free Lunch Gesture

Written by: Khalif Thompson

Rick Ross expressed his appreciation for local cops on Friday (February 25) by buying an Atlanta officer lunch to thank him for his service.

Following their lunch date on Friday, Captain R. McCain took a photo with Rozay, which The South Fulton Police Department posted on Facebook. McCain complimented The Boss for his great Subway dinner.

“The BOSS Rick Ross! He said no Police Officer will ever pay for lunch if he is around. We need more like him,” the caption read. “Thanks To The BOSS Rick Ross!”

This isn't the first time Rozay has done something kind for anyone. In 2019, MMG's CEO gave $10,000 to help with Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.

It was also previously reported in 2014 that Ross would invite inner-city youngsters to his 235-acre Atlanta estate to enjoy the property's facilities, which included a baseball field, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and a horse stable.

Aside from paying officers lunch, Rick Ross has spent 2022 honing his gardening talents at the aforementioned "Promised Land" Atlanta home.

Following the purchase of a cow to begin the new year, the "Hustlin'" billionaire revealed to his 14.1 million Instagram followers on Sunday (February 27) that he was in the midst of down a large tree to make place for some incoming cattle, an effort he said he would undergo single handedly.

He followed up with an Instagram video showing him hacking through the tree in question. "Rather than spending $10,000 to an outsider, went to Home Depot and bought two new saws for $2,000," Ross explained. "Was really only $5,000 worth of work." You take the $5,000 and give that to your homies... You still got $3,000 in ya pockets. Come on, man, you could go get Wing Stop, man."

You guys can check out that clip down below!

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