Rick Ross’ $1 Million Jetdoc Partnership Aims To Make Healthcare More Accessible!

For years, rapper Rick Ross has built his fame on lyrics that glorified the “hustle, hustle, hustle hard” lifestyle. In addition to countless hitsand founding his own label, Maybach Music Group, the record executive and onetime Forbes Hip-Hop Cash King also owns 24 Wingstop franchises across the South.

But his latest venture reflects a new chapter in Ross’ career—a desire to rediscover his path to wellness with a $1 million investment in Florida-based telehealth startup Jetdoc.

He suffered from a seizure in 2011, then another in 2018 that left him hospitalized for nearly a week. “I had a seizure on a private jet. Forty-five minutes later, I was on a jet flying off again,” Ross recalls. “I had another one, where I woke up in a situation that I just couldn’t walk away from.”

For Ross, 2020 was a transformational year, healthwise. “I’ve lost 80-plus pounds,” he says. “I’ve addressed and adjusted certain eating habits, of course, my sleeping habits, which was my largest fault.” So investing in Jetdoc was also a way to commit to his own wellness.

Uploaded on January 17th, 2021
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