Diddy Says He Will Be Attending Rick Ross' Car Show

Diddy wants to bring his private jet to Rick Ross' car show.

BYCole Blake
Rick Ross & Diddy The Big Game Weekend 2020

Diddy has revealed that he will attend Rick Ross' upcoming car show. During a video Ross posted on Instagram, on Memorial Day, Diddy popped into the frame and asked if there is anywhere he can land his private jet.

“Hope you muthafuckas are ready for Saturday,” Ross said in the clip on his Instagram Story. “It’s gon’ be a special event.” At that point, Diddy pops in to ask, “This just in. Can I land my jet? I know it’s a car show but can I bring the Jet? I know Rick Ross has a runway. He’s has a jet runway at his house. At his house!”

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Rick Ross Performs With Diddy

ATLANTA - OCTOBER 02: Rick Ross and Sean "Diddy" Combs perform during the BET Hip Hop Awards '10 at Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center on October 2, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

The highly-anticipated car show will be held on Saturday, June 3. Last week, Ross revealed that there will be over $300,000 in prize giveaways at the event. Categories for prizes include “Best Car,” “Best Bike,” “Hustler Of The Year,” and many more. Ross explained in a post: “This heavyweight. This over $300,000 in giveaways. The bottom row, that’s for the heavyweights — best car, best bike. The top row — Hustler of the Year and Best Hot Rod. It’s going down at the Promise Land, it’s like a party, it’s like a barbecue. It’s not going down at one of them spots where everybody got on a mask, it’s like the Olympics. Rose gold — not silver, but white gold.”

Diddy & Rick Ross

Despite the show going on, Ross has run into quite a bit of trouble trying to put it together. The city council in Fayetteville tried to have the event shut down out of concerns about traffic, to which Ross threatened to run for mayor. Eventually, Ross was able to get approval with increased police patrols and officers on duty, as well as special traffic plans to minimize disruptions.

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