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Ask a Boss: Send Your Questions for Rick Ross' Advice Column

The Miami rap star will answer readers' questions in an upcoming issue of Rolling Stone

March 21, 2014 7:30 PM ET
Rick Ross
Rick Ross
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Ever wondered how Rick Ross would handle a tough situation? Now's your chance to find out. The Miami rap star is getting his own advice column in Rolling Stone – "Ask a Boss With Rick Ross."

Send your questions for Rick Ross to askaboss@rollingstone.com. You can ask about any dilemmas you're facing in life, love, work or school. Please put "ASK A BOSS" in the subject line of your e-mail, and include your name, city and state.

We'll ask Ross the best questions and publish his answers in an upcoming issue of the magazine.

Coworkers driving you crazy? Relationship trouble got you down? Don't wait any longer – get some advice from a certified boss.

To read the new issue of Rolling Stone online, plus the entire RS archive: Click Here

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