It’s no secret that Rick Ross loves pools. He has the largest residential pool in the US, and he regularly posts clips of himself enjoying some time in the water.
On Tuesday (August 24), Rick Ross took to his Instagram Story with a video of himself diving into his resort-style pool while promoting his new book, Bel-Aire Bleu and his Sweet Chili Lemon Pepper Rap Snacks. Fans couldn’t help but comment on Ross’ clean entry into the pool, but the timing of the video had them cracking all types of jokes on social media at Meek Mill’s expense.
Last week, Meek Mill took a less than stellar dive during Vory’s 24th birthday party. Meek belly-flopped into the pool instead of diving headfirst, causing a meme-worthy moment for fans to share all over. The Philly rap star tried to redeem himself with a better-looking dive, but it was already too late.
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LOOOOOL! Why Meek Mill dive in like that tho⁉️😩😂 pic.twitter.com/pM3DZhTEHt
— Power 106 (@Power106LA) August 20, 2021
People were quick to come up with jokes saying Meek needed to pick up lessons from Ross and more in the comment section of OurGenerationMusic‘s repost of the Biggest Boss’s video. While he’s not taking a swim in his massive pool, Rick Ross is giving his take on the revived beef between his friends Drake and Kanye West.
During a recent interview with SiriusXM Urban View’s Mike Muse Show, the Maybach Music Group founder spoke about Drake and Kanye’s latest shots, saying he loves it. Ross also shared a text from Drake that read, “Everything is unfolding. I’m about to be as free as a bird.”
“And he put the caption with the owl,” Ross continued. “And I just, I couldn’t do nothing but put ‘hahahaha’ because to me, I understand the genius to both of these artists, and I understand this is nothing personal to them. This is two levels of creativity inspiring each other.”
He added, “Because they both are right now thinking of the artwork, thinking of the credits, where do we place, what color is this, and to me, it only makes the game that much more genius, that much more valuable.”