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Rick Ross Gives Son Wingstop Franchise For 16th Birthday

Rick Ross Gives Son Wingstop Franchise For 16th Birthday

The value of becoming an entrepreneur is an important lesson that Black people are trying to employ in the present and future generations in order to obtain generational wealth. Rick Ross, the Miami-based rapper is doing his part as he has given his son his own Wingstop restaurant as a present for his 16th birthday.

The Wingstop franchise owner asked his 13 million-plus followers on Instagram to wish his son, William L. Roberts III, a happy 16th birthday and also announcing that Roberts is now the owner of his first Wingstop franchise.

“Everyone wish my son @mmgbigbank
HAPPY 16th BIRTHDAY !!!

Today he became the owner of his 1st
@wingstop franchise.

Your now officially a BOSS !!!
Keep Going.”

The 45-year-old rapper, who opened his first Wingstop franchise back in 2011 in Memphis, TN, had recently announced that he launched Thighstop to stay competitive amid the shortage of chicken wings occurring nationwide.

Thighstop is a  digital brand that allows customers to order from the newly launched menu through a website where the thighs can be picked up or delivered through DoorDash. Eleven Thigh stop flavors which are handcrafted with sides and dips can be selected with or without the bones, according to the website.

It has been reported that Ross now owns 28 Wingstop restaurants throughout the United States. Earlier this year in April, the Grammy-nominated rapper signed on as an equity partner, adviser, and spokesperson for Jetdoc, a digital healthcare platform that connects people with a licensed healthcare professional within minutes. Ross, the CEO of Maybach Music, had stated that he will appear in creative campaigns, digital and television ads, and other promotional activities. He will also assist in educating and informing consumers of this innovative offering in healthcare.

Rick Ross Gives Son Wingstop Franchise For 16th Birthday

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