Friday, 24 October 2014

No condition is permanent! Rickross now muscular, D'Angelo loses form! (PICS)

By Morakinyo Olugbiji|For instant gists, ff @splendor_online|BB:2288C601

Here is MayBach music record boss and rapper, Rick Ross looking like a model after losing a ton of weight. Don't be surprise to start seeing his six packs soon.

However, the first photo below is R&B singer D'Angelo back in 2000 when he was a sex symbol. He used to give the ladies goose bumps with his body. But that's him now in the second photo at his recent tour, and obviously he his getting all baggy.

Moral of the story: No condition is permanent. Some ladies dumped their men because they don't have muscular bodies. People can change. Think about that...lol

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Rozay!! It takes determination

Adex Muyi said...

That's the irony of life

William said...

Yes boss!!!

Anonymous said...

Hope this will make any sense to our ladies. I hate naija babes

Anonymous said...

I prefer Ricky of before to that of now.

Anonymous said...

D'angelo still looks handsome notwithstanding

Adaobi Chiogor said...

It's not only a message to our ladies but also to our women too that no condition is permanent. Or how do u tell a situation whereby a guy will dumb u because u have a little tummy. People can change! That's d moral.

Anonymous said...

That's a lot of weigh lost there. Great job well done Rosay.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, that Rick Ross own na pills ooo. I hope it doesn't have an adverse effect on him.

Marilyn B. said...

oh no!! Is dat my boo? D'angelo? OMG!! What happened? *covers face*

Anonymous said...

Morankinyor, I like ur analysis of both the Rick ross-D'nagelo situation. Great job there. This is the first time am seeing such a comparison on any platform.

Anonymous said...

Good for Him. D'angelo shud get back to gym

Anonymous said...

Congrats to him, but hope he knows that slimming drugs are bad

Nero P said...

Nice very interesting

Anonymous said...

I'm proud of Rick Ross for this detwemination to secure his health. Obesity is a bad thing

Anonymous said...

Question is, how long will a man continue to lift iron. In as much as mainting good health is recommended, we shud also stop placing too much emphasises on six packs and all that rubish!!!