Rick Ross Celebrated His Birthday Before Fort Lauderdale Shooting: Here Are the Cakes

Before Rick Ross and girlfriend Shateria Moragne-el ended his birthday celebration by being shot at and crashing a Rolls Royce into a building, the couple enjoyed a more festive evening.

Ross, along with Moragne-el and various celebrities celebrated the Bawse's 37th year on earth at LIV on Miami Beach before winding it down with breakfast at the always-open Floridian on Las Olas.

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After leaving the restaurant, Ross and Moragne-el were shot at multiple times, causing Ross to lose control of his Rolls while attempting to flee.

But before the gunshots and the car crash -- there was cake. Two big, blinged-out birthday cake.

The cakes were created by Miami-based Divine Delicacies, which has built a reputation as the cake company to the stars. The bakery has also made cakes for Kim Kardashian, the Miami Heat, and Dwyane Wade, to name a few.

This three-tiered rolled fondant cake features a rather elegant and refined style, topped with a Swarovski crystal MMC (Mayback Music Group) logo. The inside of the cake is a luscious red velvet with layers of cream cheese filling. This cake was presented to Ross at his party at LIV.

A 1959 red Chevy Impala is actually an edible vanilla rum creation. This special cake was presented to Ross on Saturday evening at an intimate dinner for family and friends.

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