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Rick Ross Crowned The Source's Man of the Year, Hangs Out at Macy's This Sunday

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The Boss Ricky Rozay's already got multimillion admirers all up in his nuts. And yet, The Source just confessed its undying love. Yesterday, the hip-hop bible crowned Miami's big-bearded son its Man of the Year.

But even the airiest of accolades can't keep the Carol City King from his million other lovers. It's guaranteed ... No matter what, Rick Ross is gonna mingle with the street babies, corner boys, and mallrat motherfuckers. They've loved Ricky long time.

And this Sunday, 2010's Man of the Year will be shaking hands, selling hugs, and pimping out Diddy's Sean John gear at Macy's in Aventura Mall.

Roll up at 2 p.m. to the Men's Store department where, according to the Macy's release, Ross will be taking photos with all "customers who shop Sean John apparel and fragrances." He'll also be signing copies of Teflon Don.

No surprise, though, you gots to pay for the priviledge of kissing the King. "With a purchase of $60 or more of Sean John apparel or fragrance, including I AM KING or Unforgivable, shoppers will get the chance to have their picture taken with Rick Ross and receive an autographed CD."

Love ain't free, bitches.

Meet Rick Ross. Sunday, December 5. Macy's Aventura Mall, 19535 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The meet-and-greet and signing starts at 2 p.m. and it's free.

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