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William Leonard Roberts II, popularly known as Rick Ross

Nearly two months since a health scare left William Leonard Roberts II, popularly known as Rick Ross, reportedly unresponsive, the celebrated American rapper and entrepreneur is back in business.

The Purple Lamborghini hit maker jetted into 254 late last week for the highly-anticipated NRG Wave Concert. The hip-hop star got a true Kenyans on Twitter (KoT) welcome with droves hilariously expressing their worry after an ‘unfamiliar-looking’ Ross hit JKIA.

The trend sparked abuzz with some cheeky Kenyans running a side-by-side comparison of the star who is famous for his bare-chested poses and his ‘ordinary’ look just didn’t do. Ross, flew straight from Miami where he was shooting a video for his upcoming album Port of Miami 2.

The Teflon Don and Maybach Music Boss lit up the Carnivore Grounds on Saturday night, where thousands, despite of the heavy downpour flocked to catch him in action.

Ross disclosed prior the concert that he will be dropping a verse on Sauti Sol’s track Live and Die In Afrika to the glee of many, including the award-winning band, who tweeted: “Shout out to the boss Rick Ross for the love. We’re humbled and say no more, sending the instrumental right away. Africa is the future.”

In what has come to be known as the most electric event of the year so far, the Belaire Rosé ambassador brought the house down hit after hit. Ross’ hour plus performance was vibrant, interactive and worthy for a headliner.

With hits like Hustlin and Hustle Hard getting many to shake a leg despite the muddy affair. Reppin’ 254 were Camp Mulla, Fena Gitu, Timmy TDat and Khaligraph Jones, who also hit the stage.

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