Rick Ross Asks Wingstop Patrons to Leave Their Guns at Home
By Shannon Carlin
Rick Ross wants you to enjoy the wings at the Dallas-based chicken chain, Wingstop, which he bought back in April. But preferably without a gun by your side.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Ricky Rozay spoke out about bringing firearms into public places like restaurants saying, “I support the right to bear arms, I do. I’m a licensed carrier.” But, “When I go into public places, when I go out and I enter certain places, I believe it’s best to leave your firearm in your vehicle. Go in and enjoy your meal.”
Ross’ opinions on the topic may have something to do with the events in March of 2013 when he was ambushed by gunmen who shot at his Rolls-Royce in Florida. In March 2013, Ross was ambushed by gunmen who shot at his Rolls Royce on a Florida street. It was reported that Ross was carrying a 9 mm handgun with 12 live rounds at the time of the drive by shooting.
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