Rick Ross doesn’t like being called a hoarder!
While decluttering his 109-room Georgia mansion, Ross headed to his Instagram Stories to show all of the items he has collected over the years. From clothing items, sneakers, books, sports memorabilia and more, the multiplatinum performer was in the process of making room for new items.
“They say hoarders keep things and find excuses for it — no it’s not, these things are of value,” Ross stated in one of the video clips. “They are valuable. But now I have to make more space.”
Ross furthered his comments to say all of his valuables are on some “rich boss sh*t” and teased that he is considering doing a yard sale.
"Listen, man, what y’all do with all y’all clothes, all y’all shoes? I’m trying to organize some of this shit,” he said. “I’m talking about all the closets full, that shit all over… it’s like I’m fighting through shoes.”
He later came to his own definition of hoarding, which to him is not being able to walk up the stairs.
“Can I defend myself? That’s when it’s hoarding: when it’s filling all the way up the steps and it’s blocking functional space,” he said. “Meaning if it was going all the way up both sides of those staircases, that’s when it would be hoarding. Until then I’m just a fucking hustler, man.”
In other Rick Ross news, the rapper took over the city of Atlanta to merge the likes of hip-hop and classical music to perform with the all-Black symphony, Orchestra Noir, for the U.S. debut of Red Bull’s Symphonic, on Friday (Nov. 4).
He captured the audience's attention with an hour-long set of 26 of his greatest hits and made sure to pay tribute to Migos rapper TakeOff, who was tragically shot and killed in Houston on Nov. 1.