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Take a Ski Trip (Literally) With Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Lil' Kim

Dude's already a boss at freestylin' rhymes. But does Rick Ross have what it take to be America's next best freestyle skier? Probably not. Nevertheless, you might catch him on a Pennsylvanian ski slope come February when the Teflon Don headlines the MMG and Friends Weekend. Together with Maybach Music's...
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Dude's already a boss at freestylin' rhymes. But does Rick Ross have what it take to be America's next best freestyle skier?

Probably not. Nevertheless, you might catch him on a Pennsylvanian ski slope come February when the Teflon Don headlines the MMG and Friends Weekend.

Together with Maybach Music's Meek Mill and the Queen Bee herself, Lil Kim, Ross is slated to perform at a "private venue" for an Eastern Light Getaways travel group in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. And for $345 per person (based on double occupancy), you can freeze your nuts off with these hip-hop heavyweights.


Sandwiched between Let's Go Again Weekend With Frankie Beverly and Lay it Down Weekend starring Lloyd and Kelly Price, MMG and Friends Weekend is one of five themed vacations Eastern Light Getaways will host next year.

In addition to a live performance, the weekend will also feature a Naughty or Nice Lingerie and Pajama Jam, wet t-shirt contest, and spades tournament. But best of all, they're offering a "newly enhanced smorgasbord dinner menu."

Yeah, this shit sounds like a joke. In fact, we thought it was a joke. But after calling both Eastern Lights and one promoter who's billing it as the Blizzard Ski Trip, it's all totally true.



Although, aside from the concert, the chances of running into the Boss, Meek, or Lil' Kim are slim to none. Y'all won't be bumping into them in the buffet line, or scarfing down "pork and non-pork breakfast meats" each morning.


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