Rick Ross Just Made History With This Announcement!

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According to Forbes, the 44-year-old Ross is making a seven-figure investment into Florida-based telehealth startup Jetdoc.

For Ross, recent health scares played a pivotal role in putting such a large financial cosign into a rising company. Following two seizures — one in 2011 and a second in 2018 where he was hospitalized for more than a week — Ross had a wake-up call.

“I’ve been healthy, an athlete, my entire life,” Ross told the outlet. “But me becoming an artist, me traveling, flying five times a week, up in the studio, up to 20 hours a day, it actually took a toll on me. I’ve made up my mind; I’ve lost 80-plus pounds. I’ve addressed and adjusted certain eating habits, of course, my sleeping habits, which was my largest fault.”

Ross shared news of the investment on Instagram Saturday (January 16) with the Forbes article featuring Jetdoc CEO Tommy Duncan and thanking him for his latest venture.

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