Rick Ross knows how to party. The Maybach Music mogul celebrated his 41st birthday like a boss, with a lavish masquerade ball at his mansion in Fayetteville, Ga. over the weekend.
The star-studded bash was attended by Renzel’s MMG family, including Meek Mill, who showed up in a ski mask and Wale, who popped up in all black. Other rappers also stopped by, including YG, Jeezy, Outkast’s Big Boi, Big K.R.I.T., DeJ Loaf, Yung Dolph, and Curren$y.
The-Dream also showed love to Rozay, while debuting his new face tat. Usher dropped by the mansion, donning a mask to go along with Renzel’s theme. Even politicians attended the event. Such was the case with Congressman Hank Johnson, who also spent the weekend fighting President Donald Trump’s immigration ban
“thank you for your continued support and positive words on my born date,” Rozay told Johnson. “I admire your work ethic and examples you’ve set for other young brothers like myself. A true Boss.”
The party was an extravagant affair, complete with a red carpet and a multi-layered black-and-gold cake fit for the Bawse. But that wasn’t Rozay’s only indulgence. He also received a company gift from his Belaire Rosé brand in the form of a black Ferrari, which was parked outside of his home with a bright red bow on it.
At one point in the evening, a grateful Ross addressed his guests, which included his mother and daughter. “It’s about family, building something that’s gonna last,” he said. “It’s not about business tonight. It’s about us celebrating what we have accomplished. When you see somebody you know, show them love tonight. Let’s support everybody in this room tonight. That’s what this is about.”
Rozay is gearing up for a big year. Last week, he dropped his Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single “I Think She Like Me,” while his album Rather You Than Me, his first on Epic, is due early this year.