AceShowbiz - Rick Ross has seemingly found new love in a female rapper. The "Hustlin' " emcee has reportedly been dating Dess Dior for a few weeks now and he has added fuel to the speculation with his recent pool party.
The 47-year-old hip-hop star is believed to have made public his relationship with the female rap star at his annual pool party, which was held at his Georgia mansion, which he dubs "The Promise Land". Taking to his Instagram page, he has shared photos of him with his rumored girlfriend at the bash.
In the Sunday, July 2 post, the Clarksdale native uploaded pictures of him and the 25-year-old raptress hanging out in his special VIP section. The pair were all smiles as they cozied up together in the images.
At one point, Rick was caught staring lovingly at Dess while she let out a sheepish smile. The Epic Records artist went shirtless in the pictures with a black towel draped over his head and upper half of his body. He did wear a pair of pink swim trunks though.
As for Dess, she looked stylish in a white cropped hooded top that she teamed with a colorful skirt. She accessorized with sunglasses, a wrist watch and a yellow Chanel bag that was slung over her shoulder. "@1dessdior chill as fck," Rick gushed over his alleged boo in the caption.
Rick has been pretty private when it comes to his love life. He was briefly engaged to Lira Mercer in 2015 and has four children, Toie Roberts, William Roberts III, Berkeley Hermès Roberts, and Billion Leonard Roberts, but little is known besides those facts.
Meanwhile, a lot of things seemed to have been going on at Rick's home in recent months. Back in March, he was forced to address his animals which roamed free in the neighborhood and sparked complaints.
"See, when y'all come across Timbuktu, just tell him y'all family, say I'm coming to show you love," he said in an Instagram Story video, seemingly downplaying the danger that is posed by his buffaloes. "You got to show him that love," he added, as he broke into a rendition of Bob Marley's "Buffalo Soldier". In the caption, he called himself "Rodeo Rick."
Rick additionally informed his followers that his property was 280+ acres when he originally bought it, and he had purchased another "89 acres on the back side." He claimed, "So my buffalos, they just really wanted to see the other side you see. It's just like some of my young hustlers, my young brothers, you gotta get loose sometimes and see the other side... live life."
Fayette County Sheriff's Office later responded to the complaints by warning him in a statement that an owner "is responsible for properly restraining the animals" and "if the owner is shown to be negligent, they could be charged."