Rick Ross Gets $1.5 Million Watch Delivered By Armored Vehicle

Atlanta, GA – Rick Ross has purchased a watch so valuable it had to be delivered to him in an armored vehicle.

In a video posted to his Instagram Stories on Thursday (October 27), Rozay showcased the armored vehicle driving through the front gates of his sprawling Promise Land estate, with a security guard leading the way.

“Oh, this armored delivery huh? This is how you doing it huh?” the MMG mogul said in the clip.

“Yes sir, we gotta make sure the goods are safe,” the security guard replied.

Ross then showcased the watch itself, a $1.5 million Mystery Tourbillion watch from Jacob & Co. Rozay noted the watch was “beautiful” and “flawless.”

This new timepiece is just the latest lavish expense the self-proclaimed “biggest bawse” has shelled out money for this year. Earlier in October, Rick Ross revealed that he was building his own automobile museum to flex his extensive car collection.

“Rick Ross car collection is expanded baby,” the Port of Miami rapper said. “We had to go bigger. We need more shit. We got more cars. We got 200 and we plan to get another 100 this year baby, so this one of the first of 3 we building. I’ll let you know the name of the auto museum, let’s go.”

At the end of September, the Wing Stop franchiser also announced he was joining forces with Hempacco to launch Hemp Hop Smokables, a line of hemp cigarettes, smoking papers, and alternatives to nicotine tobacco.

“I truly believe in the health benefits of hemp-derived products,” Ross said in a statement. “Having had my own health scares, and through my healing process, I decided I would develop a line of smokables to help others with the benefits of hemp cannabinoids.”

However, Rick Ross did run into a financial snag over the summer. In August, five of his Wingstop locations were hit with multiple violations from The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division. Rozay was hit with a $100,000 bill, which included safety training and background check issues, as well as register shortages.

“I want to take time to address something,” he said in a video after news broke of the violations. “When you running a business, there will be mistakes, but as the Biggest Bawse, you don’t make the same mistakes twice, you see?”

He added: “Taking accountability is big when you the biggest, and remember this, most successful people don’t take stumbling as a setback but actually a stepping stone to greater things, you heard me? Let’s be great.”