Rick Ross Says He's Filming A New TV Show

By Tony M. Centeno

April 12, 2022

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Over the past year, Rick Ross has been slowly breaking through in film and television. Not long after his thoughts about the television world, fans might be amazed at the rapper and author's plans for a new TV show.

On Saturday, April 9, the Port of Miami 2 rapper discussed his plans for an upcoming series while getting a haircut at his mansion in Atlanta. Rozay took to his Instagram Stories to announce his intentions to enter the television realm with a new show he's producing. Unfortunately, Ross does not provide any a lot of concrete details about the series.

“The time has come, and the perfect time is now,” Ross said. “I’ma go ahead and do me a show. The time is now. It’s going to be about wealth, based on success. We actually filming right now, but I hope y’all are ready for it ’cause I’ma talk some big numbers. Big numbers. This the nine-figure club, you figure? It’s going down like that.”

Rozay did say that he's "filming right now" and pointed his camera to his videographer. However, he didn't confirm whether or not he will be the star of the show. The "Gold Roses" rapper has been amplifying his acting credits lately after appearing in films like Coming to America 2 and TV shows like CBS' The Equalizer starring Queen Latifah. Recently, he appeared on Trick Daddy's new cooking show, B***h I Got My Pots.

Ross' foray into television may come to a surprise for some fans who thought he wouldn't take the acting route. A few months ago, the multifaceted artist told GQ that there wasn't enough money in acting and even took a shot at 50 Cent's television legacy.

“There ain’t enough money in acting,” Ross said at the time. “Your man made $250K for the season doing that. That little season, STARZ TV s**t. What channel is it really? He should’ve just went REVOLT. Just go REVOLT next time. Tell Curtis I said, ‘Go REVOLT.'”

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