Rick Ross Wingstop Joint Robbed By Rookie Rapper To Get His Attention

One of Rick Ross Wingstop restaurants was robbed by a rookie rapper who wanted to get his attention.

What a way to get Rozay’s attention. Aspiring rapper Cedric Miller wanted to get Rick Ross attention so bad that he took it upon himself to rob one of the fast food joints. In case you’re wondering why Wingstop, Rozay owns a bunch of Wingstops across the country and often hit up his own wings joint with his friends. He wasn’t at that particular location in Memphis at the time of the robbery, but Miller thought it would get his attention anyway.

It did get the Maybach Music Group rapper’s attention and somebody else, the cops, which earned Miller a felony charge and some possible time behind bars. Apparently, he never heard about SoundCloud. XXL reported that the 23-year-old was identified as one of the suspects in the January 5th robbery of the Wingstop on Union Avenue.

Whether or not he will get a recording deal from Rick Ross is still up in the air, but we doubt it. You can’t mess with the boss’ money and then expect him to give you more money. One customer of the local restaurant says he doubts that Rick Ross will even give him the time of day.