It was a far-fetched dream but now the reality has hit home. The Biggest Boss Rick Ross has finally landed in Nairobi.
The US Rapper landed at Jomo Kenyatta International airport at about 10 am and was welcomed by a throng of fans, media, organizers and security. The place was in a frenzy as people were overly excited just to see Ross in the 254.
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Ross made a brief press statement just at the airport and he was swiftly moved to his convoy consisting of top of the range glamour cars ready to usher him to his hotel.
The Maybach Music Mogul and Belair Boss will be hitting the stage tomorrow night at Carnivore grounds courtesy of NRG Wave. Khaligraph Jones is the only Kenyan act confirmed will be hitting the stage before the boss.
The rumour mills had it that Ross had some crazy demands which included armoured vehicles, closure of major highways and three floors of the hotel he would be staying, but he trashed them on his social media pages.
Tickets for the event are trading at Ksh3000 Regular and Ksh1000 VIP. The Organisers claim about 70% of the tickets have been sold already.
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