He Got That Big Meech, Larry Hoover, Barbecue sauce you used too. The boss Rick Ross has invested in a new business venture that is sure to be a profitable one for years to come.

Platinum selling rapper Rick Ross is expanding his business empire into the restaurant business, via a new partnership with national restaurant chain, Wingstop. Rick Ross has signed a development agreement with the Richardson, Texas-based company, which has over 480 Wingstop restaurants across the United States and Mexico Rick Ross will open the first of several Wingstop restaurants in Memphis, this Fall. Ross, who name checked Wingstop brand on the song "MC Hammer" from his album Teflon Don, felt an affinity with the brand, which made it easier to make the decision to invest. “After tasting Wingstop's signature lemon pepper–flavored wings in Miami, I knew this was a franchise I wanted to add to my investments,” Rick Ross told AllHipHop.com in a statement today (August 4th). The Wingstop menu focuses solely on cooked-to-order chicken, along with the chain's newest offering, glider sandwiches. Rick Ross joins a number of celebrities who have invested in the Wingstop franchise. Earlier this year, NFL star Troy Aikman became an investor in the company and now sits on the Board of Directors.

I feel very good when I see a lot of the entertainers looking at more then just the rapper and posing on stage. The music plan is not a very concrete one, but other ventures outside of music are always something for a lifetime of profit, especially if done the correct way.