- A neighbor of Rick Ross told TMZ that his buffalo kept trespassing in her yard.
- She told the publication that she feared for her children’s safety.
- Ross spoke about their escape on an Instagram story, thanking his neighbors for bringing them back.
Buffalo Rick Ross has been running away from his Promised Land property into a neighbor’s yard, much to her dismay, according to According to a report from TMZ.
Rapper and rancher Ross, who lives in Fayetteville, Georgia, raises various animals on the property, including horses, cows, and a pair of buffalo, one of which is named Timbuktu. buffalo was It was given to Ross last year On the occasion of his birthday, he is bought by the clothing company Ethika while he expands his farm.
The unnamed woman, who lives on a plot of land behind the rapper’s property, told TMZ that the 2,000-pound animals have crossed into her garden twice this week, leaving her fearing for the safety of her two young children.
she also Share a video Animals tear up her yard and chew her grass. In the video, a group of people can be seen fetching a pair of buffalo – along with a cow – from her property.
The woman said the incident led to her trying to confront Ross, but she only ended up talking to one of his team members. She told TMZ that she plans to file a running dispute with the city.
In response to headlines about his animals escaping from his farm, Ross took to it His Instagram story Sunday afternoon to make a statement — and deter concerns about his megafauna.
In one story, Ross said, “They are just shepherds, not meat eaters.”
Ross explained that the animals escaped because of the work he was doing on his property and confirmed that his team members were the group that rounded up the escaped animals.
He also asked those listening to his statement online to “always collar” their animals – though he contradicted himself by saying he never put a collar on his buffalo.
“And to everyone who wants a statement and response for my thorns, my cows, a couple of buffalo who have run away in the community, this is my response: I always come back for stray animals. Always make sure you keep a collar on your animal. And I don’t have a collar like you know mine has.”
Ross continued, “So when you see my buffalo, give him a carrot, give him an apple. They’re so good. So peaceful. Thank you everyone for watching. Thank you all for making sure my animals get back to the Promised Land.”
This past January, Ross took to his Instagram story to share a conspiracy theory about Tesla, saying he feared the semi-autonomous car could be remotely controlled to take him to the authorities against his will.
Representatives for Ross did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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