Rick Ross Auctions Luxurious Collection to Empower Underserved Entrepreneurs

The music mogul is partnering with Julien's Auctions to auction off his exclusive collection of street art, contemporary art, rare sneakers and other prized possessions for a noble cause.

AceShowbiz - Rick Ross, the 48-year-old music mogul and hip-hop titan, has partnered with Julien's Auctions to auction off his vast collection of luxury items. The auction, titled "Push It to the Limit–Luxury & Lifestyle: A Rick Ross Auction", will take place on June 25 and June 26 at 10 A.M. PT. Bidding is available online at Julien's Auctions, in-person in Los Angeles, or over the phone.

Among the 800 items up for auction are 300 rare sneakers, including over 150 pairs of Air Jordans, Michael Jackson memorabilia, designer garments from Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and eccentric outfits worn by Ross in television appearances and music videos.

The art collection features pieces from street and contemporary artists such as Mr. Brainwash, Franky Cardona, and Waldemar Swierzy. Other unique items include lion sculptures, drinking goblets, handwritten lyrics, and a 24-carat gold-plated Bengal tiger skull.

Ross has explained that the auction is inspired by his desire to give back to his community. "I looked around one day and marveled at how blessed I am. I wanted to figure out how to be a blessing to others and share some of the dopest, rarest luxuries with the world that I've collected over the course of my career," he said in a statement.

The proceeds from the auction will benefit the Boss Up Grant, which aims to provide grants to entrepreneurs to accelerate their impact, business initiatives, and operations. Ross believes that "even the most motivated people have to feel empowered to chase and pursue those big ideas," and the auction is intended to give entrepreneurs "the push they need to become legendary."

Interested bidders can participate in the auction in person, online, or over the phone. For more information, visit Julien's Auctions website or call 310-836-1818.

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