Ever since Rick Ross name dropped Wingstop in one of his biggest songs, “B.M.F.,” the two have been linked together. Ross officially opened up his second Wingstop in Miami and attended the grand opening this past weekend.
After opening his first Wingstop restaurant in Memphis, Tennesee; Rozay brought his favorite chicken spot with the trademark lemon pepper wings to his hometown in Dade County. “I’m kinda looking at it like how Magic Johnson looked at Starbucks,” says the Maybach Music CEO. “I’m trying to grind up and have like 100 of ’em. On some real G, it was a good move. Good business move.”
Check out Rozay signing autographs and talking with AllHipHop at the Wingstop opening down below.
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