Rick Ross's entrepreneurial spirit continues to thrive and his latest venture marks his first foray into digital healthcare as an advisor, investor and spokesperson behind the growing startup Jetdoc.
According to a press release, Jetdoc provides patients with "affordable virtual healthcare" and can connect them to licensed doctors and other health professionals in minutes. The company was founded by Tommy Duncan, pictured below next to a happy Rozay.
Fans can expect to see the Miami rapper starring in marketing campaigns and other promotions for Jetdoc. An unlimited monthly membership costs $10; a one-time urgent care consultation runs $20.
Not only is Ross a dope spokesperson due to the respect he commands but because he's learned about the importance of wellness. Back in 2018, he faced a serious health scare that put him in the hospital, and he's also suffered from sleep deprivation and seizures.
In a statement, Ross admitted that his busy schedule caused him to "make excuses and prioritize my healthcare second to my hustle."
He continued, "Jetdoc is a convenient and affordable alternative to going into a doctor's office. To me, it's really the future of healthcare. I wanted to be a part of empowering people to take control of their health regardless of their circumstances. Jetdoc puts the power of managing our health into our own hands."
The 44-year-old appeared on Good Morning America as well to discuss his new appreciation for health. Yet there's one habit he's sticking to no matter what the doctor says: sipping on a glass of Belaire Rosé Champagne when he wakes up each morning. That's a true luxury.