Rick Ross burns away evil spirits on his estate with Capleton Classic

Rick Ross was fully in his Jamaican mood this morning when he announced that his controversial car show was going ahead.

The bigger Bawse made it a point to be equally jolly as he drove around his Promise Land estate, which is a massive resort he owns in Fayetteville, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. Rick Ross has shared a clip of himself in the woods behind his mansion, where he often wanders to clear his head, but this time he decides to burn some fire on the evil spirits.

“When evil spirits don’t walk,” wrote Rozay as reggae legend Capleton’s classic “That Day Will Come” plays in the background. “Big belly my blessed.”

Rick Ross also channeled his inner Jamaican by dancing on the dirt path of his wooded backyard. He also shared a clip of himself driving around his estate in a golf cart while sharing that his car show is advanced into production.

“It’s a beautiful day as we walk through the Promise Land estate, there’s not much to do,” Rozay said. “I had Jeremy my big buddy, my slippery buddy coming. We got the team to start wiping these cars down between the door pillars, the trunks, the hood, all the details, so y’all know I’m on my Jamaican vibes this morning. Rastafari!”

As XXL Mag reported on Tuesday, Rick Ross was denied a permit for his car and bike show by county government officials. The rap mogul hosts the annual event, which attracts thousands of car enthusiasts from around the world, with some coming to see the cars while others show off their classic cars.

According to the Fayette County Planning and Zoning Commission, the car show “does not comply with the Fayette County zoning ordinance.”

The move comes a month after Rick Ross’ neighbors reportedly complained to county officials, asking them to stop the event from taking place. Some neighbors say they were barred from leaving or entering their neighborhood for up to an hour as the event unfolded last year.

Meanwhile, Rick Ross had a blast in Jamaica last month, where he performed at Sandz and took a few days off to enjoy the island. The Maybach Music Group rapper has been hitting up some favorite local spots, including local beaches and rafting, as well as some local seafood restaurants in St. Ann.

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