New Year's Eve 2012: Rick Ross's NYE Party on South Beach Only Costs $100,000

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The Boss lives extra big, son.

In fact, according to a recent profile in GQ, Rick Ross smokes ten big, fat blunts per day. He scarfs "fried cheese bread, artichoke dip, roasted chicken with sides, and three pieces of key lime pie" for fucking dinner. He records a dozen hits in a weekend. He employs a long-legged, blond-haired, cocoa butter-scented personal, uh, masseuse. And he collects $100,000 watches like it's some Swatch shit.

So how can a lowly baller on a budget even hope to go as big as the Bossman on New Year's Eve? Well, you can't. It's pricier than a motherfuckin' mortgage.

But why not drop $150 (or $50 if you're a female) on the lowest level ticket available to Rick Ross's Rosé Champagne NYE party at Cameo. Well, as Rozay himself would probably say, "Real niggas don't do general admission."

And indeed, for those with massive stacks of cash just sittin' around the crib, there are Boss-worthy upgrade options including the Rozay Table ($1000), the Aston Martin VIP Table ($1500), the Blowin' Money Fast VIP Table ($2500), the Ima Boss Ultra VIP Table ($5000), and the Ricky Rozay Ultra VIP Package ($100,000), a recording studio meet-and-greet deal reserved for the baller with absolutely no budget limit at all ever.

Rick Ross's Rosé Champagne Party Ticket Options

Rozay Table ($1000)

*Four People

-One bottle of premium rose champagne

-One bottle of premium vodka

Aston Martin VIP Table ($1500)

*Six People

-One bottle of premium rose champagne

-One bottle of premium vodka

Blowin' Money Fast VIP Table ($2500)

*Eight People

-Two bottles of premium rose champagne

-Two bottles of premium vodka

Ima Boss Ultra VIP Table ($5000)

*Ten People

-Two bottles of premium vodka

-Two bottles of Dom Rose champagne

Ricky Rozay Ultra VIP Package

*25 People

-A seat at the table next to Rick Ross

-50 bottles of Moet Rose

-Five bottles of Belvedere

-Five bottles of Patron Platinum

-A night with a guest at the recording studio with Rick Ross

We can almost hear Rozay sayin', "That's how you gotta ball on New Year's Eve. You gotta ball like a boss." But unfortunately, we here at Crossfade are just a bunch of fake-ass general admission bloggas.

To be honest, the men among us are even thinking about dressing like "a nasty girl who swallows what's on the menu" just to save that $100.

Rick Ross's Rosé Champagne New Year's Eve. Saturday, December 31. Cameo, 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 7 p.m. and tickets cost $50 to $100,000 via wantickets.com. Call 305-532-2667 or visit cameomiami.com.

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