Lemon-Aid: Rick Ross Offers Don Lemon Job at Wingstop: ‘I’ll get you in front of the right grill, Brother’
- Rick Ross offered Don Lemon a job at Wingstop after the 57-year-old anchor was fired from CNN on Monday.
- Ross reportedly owns over two dozen Wingstop restaurants across the United States.
- “I’mma make sure I get you in front of the right grill, brother,” said the rapper.
Rick Ross has reached out to Don Lemon to offer him a job at Wingstop after the 57-year-old news anchor was fired from CNN.
Lemon was let go by CNN on Monday, with the network saying the two had “parted ways.”
The host, who had worked for CNN for 17 years, wrote on Twitter that he was “stunned” and that he found out he had been terminated through his agent.
Tagging Lemon in an Instagram story on Tuesday, Ross said that there are positions open at his Wingstop locations.
“Just found out Don Lemon was terminated from CNN. Damn, dawg,” the rapper, who reportedly owns over two dozen Wingstop restaurants across the United States, said. “But guess what? The brother’s got your back.”
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2 thoughts on “Lemon-Aid: Rick Ross Offers Don Lemon Job at Wingstop: ‘I’ll get you in front of the right grill, Brother’”
I’ll take mine with some cut up raw carrot and celery sticks, there, Don.
Nice to see that Rick Ross is coming to Lemon’s aid. Ha. This jackass was always a minimum wage kind of guy, not very smart at all. The firing won’t damage CNN’S ratings, though, they’re already in the tank, can’t go much lower.
Don Lemon is 57 so he’s past his prime to work at Wing Stop. “It’s not me saying it, it’s what statistics show.”