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Renowned American rapper Rick Ross has set his sights on showcasing affection towards Nigerian President Bola Tinubu while simultaneously championing Nigerian culture on the global stage.

In a video clip that swiftly went viral across social media platforms on Wednesday, Rick Ross, the hip-hop icon, outlined his desire to extend admiration to world leaders and shed light on diverse global cultures, with Nigeria and its leader at the forefront of his intentions.

Expressing his sentiments directly, Rick Ross stated, “I want to show love to the presidents of some of these amazing countries. I just want to bring attention to the cultures and amazing artists. Let’s start with Nigeria: Bola Tinubu!”

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This declaration comes amidst Rick Ross’s recent revelation of his plans to collaborate with various African artists for his upcoming studio album, ‘Champagne Moments,’ including Asake, Odumodublvck, Ghana’s Stonebwoy, and Black Sheriff, as well as Nasty C from South Africa. This move underscores his dedication to bridging musical boundaries and celebrating the rich tapestry of talent across the African continent.

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Rick Ross, aged 48, has a history of collaboration with African artists, having previously worked with the likes of P-Square, Yemi Alade, and Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz.

With his latest proclamation, Rick Ross not only demonstrates his commitment to fostering international unity through music but also highlights the significance of recognizing and appreciating the cultural diversity that enriches our global community.

In an era marked by divisiveness, Rick Ross’s message serves as a poignant reminder of the unifying power of music and the importance of embracing cultural exchange in building a more interconnected world.

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