Rick Ross has many fascinating things in his Atlanta mansion.
Cattle, cars, firetrucks and lots and lots of chicken wings.
For a couple months, he was housing a tiger on the massive property.
And it wasn't even his tiger.
Speaking to Jake Paul, The Bawse explained how NBA YoungBoy left Ross his tiger cub. And then the tiger got big.
"Meek Mill bought NBA YoungBoy over to the promise land one night. NBA YoungBoy had a small cat. It felt like a little tiger. Some kind of way it ended up at the promise land. Small tiger. I like the tiger, he liked me. I went out of town for two weeks, came back, and fed the tiger. Noticed the tigers nails were a little sharper. I like the tiger, the tiger likes me. I come back after two weeks, the tigers f*cking nails are out of control. Everybody is scared to feed the tiger. Now it's a tiger for real ... I'm just like, I tried. You Meek Mill, NBA YoungBoy when are coming to get the tiger. I'm scared to feed the tiger at this point the tiger is going to starve. I believe we kept the little tiger for two months and then we had to make some changes," Ross remembered.
NBA YoungBoy recently signed with Motown after a bidding war for his services. So Ross got nothing for his tiger sitting.