Rick Ross Throws Birthday Bash at South Beach's Amnesia Nightclub on January 29

Say "Happy B-Day!" to The Boss.

On Saturday, January 28, 2012, Miami rapper, superhefty hustler, and Maybach Music impresario Rick Ross (born William Leonard Roberts II) turns 36 motherfuckin' years old.

We imagine the Big Man intends to celebrate the day of his birth by waking up late to count some cash, kiss his favorite bitch, and then eat a stack of hotcakes with a lil' bacon before smoking a big, fat post-meal birthday blunt.

In the evening, Rozay might even catch a nap, chill with his MMG homies while watching Scarface for the 1000th time, or hit the strip club to drop off a giant garbage bag full of $100 bills.

Maybe he'll have dinner (fried cheese bread, artichoke dip, roasted chicken with sides, and three pieces of key lime pie) with famous friends at his favorite casual dining spot, Houston's. Or perhaps he'll choose to find and feed "a nasty girl who swallows what's on the menu."

The point: After recently suffering a double seizure due to five years' lack of sleep and rest, we hope The Boss takes 24 hours to fucking chillax. 'Cause the very next day, he's gotta go back to work, shaking fans' hands, spitting post-gangsta truisms, and pretending to laugh at Diddy's jokes for the Official Rick Ross Birthday Bash at South Beach's Amnesia.

Just enjoy your b-day, big homie. Don't hustle too hard.

Rick Ross's Birthday Bash, hosted by Diddy with an opening set by Carolina Cartell. Sunday, January 29. Amnesia Miami, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $50 for girls and $100 for guys via Ages 21 and up. Call 305-538-2424 or visit

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