On his track "Supreme," Rick Ross raps, "300 horses in this bitch, need a jockey inside." Now, Rozay is playing the role of jockey himself, as he recently rode a horse for the first time.

It's no secret: Ross isn't exactly a skinny dude (though he has been losing weight - shout-out to all the pear). You can view the hilarious, two-and-a-half minute YouTube clip above, initially reported by TMZ. The MMG rapper's friend also get in on the action. It's also fitting that Stalley, who made an album called Honest Cowboy, would try his hand at riding a horse. At one point, one of Rozay's boys says he feels like Django while he's riding the four-legged animal.

In other Rick Ross-related news, the Miami native recently hopped on the "I'm Da Man" instrumental and paid homage to the late Shawty Lo, who died in a tragic car accident. Rozay says at the beginning of the track, “One time for real niggas like Lo. I’m doing this one for you my nigga." Then, he shimmies into some dope verses before ending the song with another shout-out, saying, “Shawty Lo! Shawty Lo! I’m finna smoke one my nigga God bless your soul."

In case you missed it, Ross teamed up with Gucci Mane for their "Money Machine" video a few weeks back. The record will appear on Guwop's upcoming mixtape Woptober, which is scheduled to released on Oct. 14.

On "Money Machine," the ATL artist raps, “The machine don’t make the man, the man make the machine/So many try to sabotage, can’t stop the regime/Call me ‘Wop the puppet master, I’m just pulling the strings/Screaming please don’t look at me pappy like American Me." ICYMI, you can also read Gucci's cover story with XXL Magazine.

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