Rick Ross Advises His Neighbors To Feed Their Buffalo Carrots If They Roam Around!

Snoop Dogg once said, “You gotta pay the cost to be the boss.” As Rick Ross put it, you must control your livestock or be a horrible neighbor. In case you missed it earlier this week, some residents of Fayetteville, Georgia, who live close to Ross’ expansive ranch, reported that some of the buffalos in his Bawse herd had strayed off the property.

One even gave TMZ a video of two animals that repeatedly wandered into her home last week. The creatures, weighing up to 2,000 pounds, can be seen in the video roaming across her front yard and eating on the grass close to her driveway.

The woman claimed that she was concerned that they would harm her kids. Ross, who received the two pets as gifts from his apparel company’s partners last year, stated in an Instagram Story that everyone should relax and open the crisper.

Rick Ross Responds To Neighbor's Stray Cattle

“Everybody that’s wanting a statement and a response for my bulls, my cows, a couple of buffaloes that got away in the community, this is my response,” Ross said in the Story. “I always return stray animals. Make sure you always keep a collar on your animal. And mine don’t have a collar ’cause you know it’s mines.

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It sounded reasonable. What other wealthy rappers in the region own a 235-acre estate with a 109-room mansion and enormous livestock wandering freely across it? Ross said that if you see something, feed something to reduce tensions.

“So when you see my buffalo, give it a carrot. Give it a apple,” he said. “They so kind, they so peaceful. Thank everybody for watching. Thank everybody for making sure all of my animals got back into the Promise Land. … All my neighbors, Fayetteville, y’all the best.”

Check out the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office report on the incident below.


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