Rick Ross Gives First Live Performance After Seizures


(Rick Ross on God Forgives, I Don't)

Rick Ross' fans were a bit shaken up after the Maybach Music CEO suffered from a pair of seizures last month, but this weekend he proved that it was time to get back to work. After taking some downtime for rest and recovery, Ross hit the stage in Texas on Friday night (November 18) for the first time since the health scare, performing at a homecoming concert for Prairie View A&M University.

After his performance at the college (also DJ Premier’s alma mater), Rozay sent out two tweets, announcing that he was back to business. "Tonight was special..1st time performing since my setback..didnt miss a beat..Luv," he wrote. "Performed #lord knows ect. Footage coming asap ." The brief messages prompted loads of retweets from his fans.

“Just saw @rickyrozay in concert at PV it was awesome my first and rozay back!!! :)” tweeted an excited @dreaming_BIG2. Fan @pretty_maymay added, “@rickyrozay killed the stage at PV tonight !!!!!!!!”

The Bawse is continuing his road trek this weekend by hosting a “meet and greet” event at his Memphis-based Wingstop restaurant on Sunday (November 20).

In a segment on last Wednesday’s episode of RapFix Live, Ross announced that his upcoming album God Forgives, I Don’t would likely be delayed from the projected December 13 release date. "If I wanted to, I'm pretty sure I could still meet that date, but I think for the people, it's more important [to lay groundwork] for when I get out there and look them in the face and touch them hands," Ross said, explaining the likelihood of a delay. "We've just gotta lay ground for it, and I'mma keep y'all updated."