Being A Boss comes with many pleasures along some cons. On Thursday, The U.S Department of Labor announced that five Wingstop locations Owned by rapper Rick Ross and his family had been fined for labor violations in Mississippi. Boss Wings Enterprises LLC gave its employees the responsibility of paying for uniforms, training, background checks, and register shortages. The burden of paying for such things
caused the average employee’s hourly wages to slip beneath the federal minimum wage of $7.25. Child labor laws were also violated as a 15-year-old employee worked twice past 10 p.m. in June last year. Minors are not permitted to work past 7 p.m. To make matters even worse, The Department of Labor recuperated $51,674 in back wages for at least 244 workers and a solid amount of $62,753 in civil money penalties from the Enterprises.
Today, Rick ross responds to the public about current allegations from his Instagram story.
He is seen sitting by a piano while sporting a black and white Balmain sweater.
“I’m going to take time to adress something,” Ross starts. “There will be mistakes, but as the biggest boss, you never make the same mistake twice.”
The message to fans is that he makes sure he explains the importance of taking accountability as he continues to run his business like a boss.
The rapper has possessed 10 Wingstop locations through Boss Wings Enterprises LLC since 2016. Last Year, He announced on Instagram that he gifted his son a Wing Stop for his 16th birthday.