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Murder Attempt on Rick Ross??? Shot At In Ft. Lauderdale in florida after B Day Party

This is not the birthday present the Bawse was looking for. According to reports, a vehicle Rick Ross was travelling in last night was shot at multiple times while he left a birthday celebration was shot at multiple times by currently unknown perpetrators.

WSVN TV reports:

Fort Lauderdale Police have gathered dozens of bullet casings from Las Olas Boulevard after someone opened fire on a vehicle. According to witnesses, Rapper Rick Ross was inside that vehicle.

Several gunshots were heard in the area of 1410 E Las Olas Blvd., around 5 a.m. According to locals, they said Rapper Rick Ross was in the Floridian Restaurant celebrating his Birthday and as he left in his Rolls Royce, someone opened fire. Police have not confirmed this information.

The bullets missed the Rolls Royce but the vehicle slammed into the restaurant. Luckily, police said no one was injured by the gunfire. Several businesses in the area were hit by bullets.

The vehicle has since been towed from the scene.

Yesterday, Ricky Rozay's Twitter feed was full of birthday wishes ( it is actually today, January 28) as the rapper turns 36. According to the news reports (see below), Ross remained on the scene (inside the restaurant) to talk to investigators.

Last year, Ross received death threats from members of the Gangster Disciples in North Carolina. Although the MMG rapper cancelled a portion of his tour, Rozay insisted it was due to a suspect promoter and not because of intimidation.



This isn’t one’s idea of birthday shots. According to WSVN, as Rozay was leaving his birthday celebration at the Floridan Restaurant last night, someone opened fire at the Rolls Royce he was traveling in. Although the vehicle wasn’t it, it crashed into an apartment. No injuries were reported except for the Royce.

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