It’s no more news that coronavirus has contrarily affected almost all business entities in one manner or the other around the globe. Thus, most organizations have shut down to re-plan and return with full life.
While such organizations are collapsing, others are additionally unfurling. American rapper, Rick Ross has on the 4th of July, 2020, unveiled another restaurant business (Wingstop) which he accepts is a true definition of his hustle as a black business person.
The restaurant which started in 1994, has many branches across the U.S and some parts of the world. Operated by Rick Ross’ franchise group, Wingstop has landed another location in Mississippi. The award-winning wing concept, has more than 650 locations, with this one being the newest opened by the Grammy-nominated, platinum recording artist Rick Ross.
In the wake of the pandemic, one would have imagined that, Ross would presumably have hung tight for quite a while before propelling his new business in Mississippi, U.S.A.
However, the rapper thought differently, as he showed mental fortitude by uncovering the organization to motivate the up and coming age of black entrepreneurs.
The rapper believes that great risk accompanies great reward, therefore overlooking COVID-19 and starting his business (Boneless Or Classic).