Rick Ross' Major TV Network Acting Debut on Queen Latifah’s ‘The Equalizer' Includes Rapper Shedding Tear

Rick Ross has made his major network acting debut on Queen Latifah's show 'The Equalizer,' where he plays a rapper trying to clear his name.

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Is there anything Rick Ross can’t do?

The Miami rapper added to his growing resume when he appeared on the Queen Latifah-starring TV show The Equalizer, in what was his major network acting debut. 

Rozay took to Instagram, where he shared a clip from the episode in which he plays the rapper Gregory “Dilemma” Blickman, who’s incarcerated and attempting to clear his name. The clip shows Dilemma, Robyn McCall (Latifah), and Detective Marcus Dante (Tory Kittles) sitting at a table in a prison and discussing Dilemma’s circumstances.

“Much love to the icon @queenlatifah for the opportunity. Check out my major tv network acting debut,” Ross captioned the clip, which features his character shedding a tear. 

Ross later took to social media to once again thank Latifa and the entire team behind the show. “So of course, last night, my acting debut, The Equalizer. Salute to the director, the whole team, Queen Latifah, the whole squad, you know what I’m saying,” he said. “I need y’all to TiVo it, rewind it, whatever it is y’all do, and make sure y’all check it out so you can hit me up and let me know what you think. Let the directors know big boy doing big things.”

He also sat down with the Rap Radar Podcast last month, where he discussed his role with Elliott Wilson and B. Dot, describing to them how grateful he was for the chance to be in The Equalizer.

“She gave me a real opportunity, not just on some—some real lines I’m just tapping into this,” he said. “And just her response to how I’m moving, she gave me a lot of credit for it and I’m just thinking as I walk away, ‘Wow, who could’ve imagined this!’ I didn’t recite no lines or read the script until that morning. I’m on the set smoking a blunt.”

Ross previously flexed his acting chops in the Starz show Magic City.  

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