It appears Rick Ross is more than just a successful rapper.
He puts on a pretty good car and bike show by all accounts.
Just last week, the Mississippi native hosted the second annual Rick Ross Car and Bike Show at his “Promised Land” estate in Fayetteville, Georgia.
Thousands of people flocked to the event to check out some of the South’s more head-turning rides, as well as enjoy a concert and rodeo.
Of course, Ross’ own collection of cars was on display, which includes his beloved fire engine red 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air.
Even the Bel Air-style golf cart he uses to zoom around his sprawling property was parked up in front of his palatial home.
A quick check of social media shows hundreds of snaps and videos of some of the wild cars, trucks and motorcycles exhibited at the single-day event.
These include a giant yellow Tonka-style Ford truck, a purple Lamborghini Huracán with an airbriushed portrait of Kobe Bryant across its hood, and a lime green C8 Corvette Z06.
Like more traditional Concours d’Elegenace-srtyle auto events, awards were handed out to the best entrants.
On his Instagram, Ross spotlighted a stunning 1975 Chevy Caprice Classic.
Customized by I95 Motorsports, the lowerider dons a color-shifting emerald green paint job over a green leathe interior with loads og gold trim.
The drop-top picked up the show’s “Best Donk” award – a “donk” being a customized Chevy Caprice or Impala from the mid-’70s.
This wasn’t your average car show, though; there was a concert with performances by Meek Mill, Gucci Mane and , of course, Ross himself.
Those who attended the Rick Ross Car and Bike Show also got to check out a rodeo.
After going out without a hitch, Ross is already making plans for next year’s show, which, he claims, will feature some cars from Tyler the Creator’s personal collection.