Rick Ross’s pet buffalo are causing a nuisance to his neighbour

The buffaloes had escaped Ross's 280 acre estate

Rick Ross‘s pet buffalo have reportedly begun causing havoc for his neighbour.

According to TMZ, the buffaloes have escaped Ross’s 280-acre ‘Promise Land’ estate in Georgia on multiple occasions and started grazing on his neighbour’s land.

The issue was a particular concern to the neighbour because she was worried the animals, which weigh on average up to 450kg, could pose a danger to her two young children. The neighbour has shared footage of Ross’s buffaloes on her property and has since confronted a member of Ross’ team about the buffaloes, and later called local police about the situation.


TMZ reported that she said the police told her it was a civil dispute and didn’t file a report.

Rick Ross received the buffaloes from his Ethika clothing line business partner Darius Burton.as a gift in March 2022.

“We are gifting Ross these Buffalo after a conversation at his birthday party back in January,” Burton explained at the time. “I wanted to get him a giraffe but he wasn’t ready for that commitment so he said let’s start smaller, like a cow. I said nah, everyone has cows, I want you to have something nobody in your state has, I’m getting you a buffalo.”

“This is something I spoke into existence,” Ross added at the time. “My whole life I wanted a heifer. I got a heifer!”

Earlier this month, Ross released a new documentary chronicling the making of his sold-out Red Bull Symphonic gig in Atlanta last November.


At the prestigious Atlanta Symphony Hall, the Floridian rap legend collaborated with the all-Black symphony Orchestra Noir and its founder, maestro and musical director Jason Ikeem Rodgers, for a one-off night where hip-hop and classical music collided.

The documentary features never-before-seen rehearsal footage and exclusive interviews with Rodgers, Orchestra Noir members, and Ross himself, detailing the creation of the event.

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