Rick Ross is dismissing some b.s. news out of Kenya. There was already a serious buzz in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. Ross has a scheduled concert in the East African Nation. But the buzz became an angry roar when a fake rider was circulated online, along with rumors that Ross wouldn’t perform if his demands weren’t met.
The false demands were attributed to Ross but even for a boss this rider was out of control. Take a look:
A Presidential suite
Three floors of a five-star hotel
Round the clock services of a butler and a personal chef
30 air tickets, 10 first class
Four tinted vans driven by licensed chauffeurs
A Shutdown of two major roads
1,500 fresh towels
3,500 bottles of premium alcohol
GTFO. That’s some Michael Jackson level ish. Luckily, Ross caught wind of the shenanigans and took to twitter to denounce the lies:
— Yung Rénzél 👑 (@RickRoss) April 17, 2018
The promoters of the event also released a statement in an effort to stop the rumors:
— NRG Wave (@nrgwaveke) April 17, 2018
This is a perfect example of fake news. It’s also a reminder to double and triple check your sources when getting info about your favorite artists online.