Now, taking to social media, Ross has addressed the comments and reassured his neighbour that there is no risk of the animals injuring her children. “Everybody that wanted a statement and a response for my bulls, my cows [and] a couple of buffaloes that got away in the community – this is my response,” he said on an Instagram story.
“I always return stray animals. Make sure to always keep a collar on your animal. And mine don’t have a collar ’cause you know it’s mine. So when you see my buffalo, give it a carrot. Give it an apple,” he continued. “They’re so kind and so peaceful. Thank everybody for watching. Thank everybody for making sure all my animals got back into the Promise Land.”
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In another clip, Ross also thanked TMZ for breaking the story and reaffirmed that buffaloes are herbivores. He also used the response as a way to draw attention to his collaboration with Deacon Whiskey, inviting viewers to “have a drink on me”.
Earlier this month, the ‘Money In The Grave’ rapper released a new documentary following his sold-out Red Bull Symphonic show. Taking place in Atlanta last year, the gig showcased classical reworks of Ross’ cult hits, including ‘I’m A Boss’, ‘Hustlin’ and ‘Tears Of Joy’.
Additionally, back in January, Ross proclaimed that he would never drive a Tesla as he fears “the government could tap into the brain of the car”.
Shared by All Urban Central, the clip explained that he thinks a smart car could potentially drive him to the police station against his will. “What, you think it can’t? That bitch self-drive[s],” he said. “If you get in that … it’s gonna lock the door and take you where it wanna go.”
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