The original MTV Cribs docuseries was groundbreaking because it paralleled the seemingly impenetrable gap between celebrities and ordinary people by inviting the latter into the former's multi-million dollar mansions.
The revival's finale aired a few hours ago, and while it's not yet online, it featured Rick Ross at his Georgia mansion, the 100-plus-room property he calls The Promised Land, as well as a very good look at some of the most eye-catching classics in his massive car collection.
So we now know why the music mogul took them out of storage and lined them up in his driveway in July: it wasn't to "inspire the hustlas," as he stated on social media, but to film a Cribs episode.
Photos from the episode are available in the all-included package, which also includes photos from Ross' original Instagram story, in which he stated that he wanted to keep it real and motivational by showing what you, too, could have one day if you just worked hard and never gave up.
After all furthermore, Rick Ross is open concerning his material possessions, whether they are cars (of which he has over 100 stashed away across the country), designer gear, real estate, or gold and diamond jewelry. The video at the bottom of the page is a 2019 episode of a Cribs-style series featuring Ross and a good look at his collection. Still, you can't complain when you're treated to the sight of such beautiful vehicles.
Rick Ross has a sizable portion of his $40 million fortune invested in collectible cars. His fleet consists of over 100 ships, all of which have names. Some are flawless classics, others are outrageous customs or restomods, and still others are modern vehicles.
He adores Chevrolet Bel Airs, Impalas, and trucks, but he also adores Rolls-Royces and Mercedes-Benzes.
Among the prized possessions he's displayed over the years are a custom "Gucci" 1971 Chevrolet Impala, the first-ever Rolls-Royce Wraith with a starry roof he named "Rihanna," and "Renzel," a custom '57 Chevrolet Bel Air.
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