Rick Ross suffered a bit of embarrassment when his chair broke during an appearance on Adin Ross’ stream.
In the livestream, which broadcast on Wednesday (January 3), the MMG mogul was chatting to the internet personality when he moved the chair he was sat on and it cracked under his weight.
After it broke, Rozay brushed off the embarrassment and blamed the faux pas on his “heavy pockets.”
“I just broke the chair, man,” he said. “Pockets too heavy, heavy weight. I just broke the fucking leg.”
After recovering from the broken chair drama, Rick Ross made a number of revelations during the chat, including how many cars and properties he owns.
“Rozay [has] over 200 cars,” he bragged before adding: “I’m almost at 20 homes!”
On a more serious note, the Port of Miami rapper also discussed his past lead addiction: “It’s not good for you. I went hard with sipping lean, long time. It’s the reason why I believe I have seizures now. Still on seizure medication right now. I used to stay up two or three days at a time.”
Ross said he is now several years sober from the drug, although it has affected his memory. “It causes big damage,” he added. “Everybody that’s [doing it], don’t fuck with it. Stop right now.”
Rick Ross has spoken about his lean addiction in the past and recently credited Meek Mill with helping him kick his habit.
“That being little bro, it could be something that you walk into the studio, you walk into your homie and you see your homie not all the way on his A game,” he told Apple Music’s Ebro Darden. “That’s one of the things that me and Meek most definitely had conversations about — vice versa, though.
“Me drinking lean at a time and now, I’m taking medication two times a day because of this. And then you walk into a session, you see your little bro, ‘Aye man, we gotta tighten up on this shit.’ It’s a lot of different ways we can have issues, or back and forth, but we always got the money.”
Ross also blamed his 2018 hospitalization on the drug.
“It was the codeine,” he told PEOPLE at the time. “That mixed with the things I was drinking, the other drugs I was doing, and on top of not resting. [I don’t think] one particular thing would have killed me. But everything combined?”
Ross has attempted to take better care of his health in recent years following several health scares. He has not only lost weight, but is currently training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in 2024.