By its association with America, South Florida is also, we suppose, a land of opportunity. And not so much because when you find yourself here, you can immediately set off on a race for happiness just like any other American, but in the way that if you missed Rick Ross the first couple of times live, you can see him now at the Fillmore Miami Beach!
And of course, the Bawse is coming through his hometown again on December 5, crewed-up with the Maybach posse, including Meek Mill, Wale, and even Machine Gun Kelly.
Let's see. What can you expect from this particular show? Let us fill you in.
Given the fact that it's not at a strip club, you might catch a younger crowd. Fret not, though! These young folks aren't your typical Odd Future-types, hurling gay slurs and the word "motherfucker" like they're getting paid to do so (are they?). This crowd will likely be a little more polite.
Big bummer of the night, though, would be the severe lack of butt-naked women, who for some reason look 800 times better when they're grinding to BMF. They will be (almost) fully clothed, but still grinding.
Some other bummers as well: No stray dollar bills to pick up on the floor. If you were looking to pick up a couple of singles for that giant Fosters beer can, sorry 'bout that.
You might also leave the venue smelling just the way you did when you came in. So yeah, you win some, you lose some.
But other than all those things, the show will have you drawn to MMG's huge, live energy and massive club anthems. Buy your ticket today at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com.
Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Wale will perform a headline set with Machine Gun Kelly, and DJ Scream will serve as the host DJ at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 5 at the Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. General Admission tickets are $82.50. Visit LiveNation.com.
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