Rick Ross’ Neighbor Calls Police After Rapper’s Pet Buffaloes Wander Onto Her Property

Last year, Rick Ross was gifted a pair of buffalo by the clothing company Ethika when he expanded his ranch, The Promise Land. Despite the extravagant estate consisting of 235 acres of land in Fayetteville, Georgia, one of the esteemed rapper’s neighbors notified police after his enormous pets wandered onto her property.

According to TMZ, the mother returned home from work to discover the 2,000 lb animals grazing on the grass in her yard, near her driveway. Concerned for the safety of her small children, the woman attempted to confront Ross about the buffalo on her property, but she was stopped by members of his team. After being turned away, she called police, who told her it was a civil dispute and refused to take a report. She says her next step is to filing a neighbor dispute with the city.

On Sunday afternoon, after seeing many headlines mentioning his escaped animals, Ross released a statement on his Instagram, claiming that his buffalo were harmless. “They are just grazers, they are not meat eaters,” Ross said in one story. He says that the animals were able to leave the property due to work he was having done on the property, and explained that members of his team had rounded up them up.

“So when you see my buffalo, give it a carrot, give it an apple,” Ross instructed. “They so kind. They so peaceful. . . Thanks everyone for making sure my animals got back into the Promise Land.”

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