Rick Ross is giving Fabolous a run for his money (no pun intended) when it comes to leaving without saying goodbye.
Earlier this month, Fab confessed to sneaking out of a string of social engagements, including one of Puffy’s parties. “I told Diddy I was going to the bathroom & slid once,” he admitted on Instagram. “It was 7AM & this n-gga was still turnt!!!”
It appears Rick Ross is also fond of the Irish exit, as evidenced during a recent appearance (or disappearance) on the The 85 South Comedy Show.
Fresh off the release of his new album Richer Than I Ever Been, the MMG mogul sat down with DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean to chop it up about his latest project, his business ventures, his journey in Hip Hop and more.
37 minutes into the conversation, however, Rozay apparently had better things to do. After reminiscing about his early hits “Hustlin'” and “Push It,” he left to take a leak — before abandoning the interview altogether.
“Let me use the restroom one time and then I’ma take this jacket off,” Ross announced before getting up and leaving the room.
Almost ten minutes passed before The 85 South Comedy Show hosts were informed by one of their crew that “something came up” and Rick Ross had actually left the building. Apparently, he had to go to the airport to catch a flight.
Rick Ross asked to use the restroom really quick mid interview. He sneaked out and left the building ? pic.twitter.com/7lCqLEkWUa
— ???? (@lowlifejoe_) December 19, 2021
“We ain’t get no dap?!” DC asked while laughing hysterically. “How he just gon’ disappear on a n-gga like that? We ain’t even say bye or nothing!”
The hosts were then left to process Rozay’s sudden departure, but fortunately, they saw the funny side of it.
“That n-gga The Phantom of the Opera,” Chico joked, before adding, “I tell you one thing: from now on, that’s how the fuck I’m leaving.”
The 85 South Comedy Show crew aren’t the only ones poking fun at Rick Ross. Fans of his longtime rival 50 Cent relished the news that Richer Than I Ever Been is on pace to sell just 30,000 copies in its first week, especially after Rozay’s disparaging comments about 50 in a recent GQ interview.