Rick Ross Announces Launch Of ‘The Biggest’ Wing Stop Chicken Sandwiches


Rick Ross’ Wingstop restaurants have joined the chicken sandwich craze sweeping the United States.

Rozay announced on Tuesday (August 30) the launch of what he called “the biggest” chicken sandwich, which is now available at Wingstop and comes in 12 different flavors to satisfy every customer’s taste buds.

Swizz Beatz joined the comment section with a series of fire emojis and Curren$y may have hopped into his car and drove to the nearest Wingstop to give the chicken sandwich a try.

“Now that’s just fucked up man…. Shit lemme get n the car,” Spitta wrote.

The MMG mogul took to his Instagram Story this morning to promote the chain’s new chicken sandwich announcement.

“Today, 12 noon, Wingstop… Wingstop launching its very first chicken sandwich,” he said. “Not just one, but 12 different flavors. 12 different Boss flavors. Wingstop.com… Let me catch this flight. As soon as I land, y’all know what I’m ordering.”


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The chicken sandwich launch comes on the heels of the $100,000 bill Ross received from The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division for several violations at five of his Wingstop restaurants in Mississippi.

The Miami native took full responsibility in a response video that saw him sit behind a grand piano and deliver a motivational message to all the aspiring bosses.

“I want to take time to address something,” Rozay said. “When you running a business, there will be mistakes, but as the Biggest Bawse, you don’t make the same mistakes twice, you see?”

He added: “Taking accountability is big when you the biggest, and remember this, most successful people don’t take stumbling as a setback but actually a stepping stone to greater things, you heard me? Let’s be great.”

Rick Ross and his Wingstop family were hit with hefty fines resulting from investigators allegedly discovering violations at those five locations, such as forcing workers to illegally pay for uniforms, safety training, background checks, cash register shortages and more.