RICK Ross has published an Instagram post of himself driving his $59k monster truck on his $10m Georgia property.
Ross bought the car for a project he’s working on, according to its seller, the Stripling Warrior Monster Truck Racing team.
The monster truck that Ross is driving is named Aces High.
Aces High began as a 1970s El Camino show car but evolved into an all-out monster truck.
The back of Ross’ truck formerly featured a weighted box so it could perform wheelies during its show days, Fandom reports.
Complementing these wheelie abilities were Aces High’s headers that emitted flames during revving.
The truck was originally sponsored by Valvoline, a manufacturer, and distributor of motor oil.
Aces High was born when a former top monster truck competitor, Shelley Kujat, bought the truck, changed the name to Aces High Shell Camino, and replaced the vehicle’s original race chassis.
Shelley said that she wanted to drive monster trucks to show girls and women that: “they can do anything they focus on.” according to Shelley’s trucking bio.
Aces High was listed on Racing Junk for $59k in 2022, Fandom reports.
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Ross’ Instagram post showed the rapper revving his monster truck across the front end of his Georgia property, The Promise Land.
The Promise Land was purchased by Ross in 2014 for $10m and was previously owner by boxer Evander Holyfield, The AJC reports.
One Instagram user commented on Ross’ post, saying: “A whip fit for the BOSS.”
A separate Instagram user commented: “you treat the car lots like Amazon and start buying s**d when you get bored.”
Ross stated in his video: “Last week I kicked it with the homie, Jay Leno,
“I saw a Corvette, and I saw a Mustang, you know that was from his [Leno’s] generation, so I thought it was only right I went and got the Stingray the day after.”