Rick Ross Invests in Jetdoc
Rapper Rick Ross is proving that health is wealth. According to Forbes, the rapper turned entrepreneur has invested $1,000,000 into Jetdoc, a telehealth company.
What’s Up with Rick Ross’ Health?
As a result of Ross’ recent health scares, he has definitely paid more attention to his health choices. In fact, he had two seizures, one in 2011 and one in 2018.
“That’s what’s really driving me,” he said. “The fact that I’ve had a seizure — And I’ve woke up from being unconscious on the toilet before. And I never even spoke on this before, but, I suffered from seizures for a long time.”
Furthermore, Ross talks about his past health history.
“I’ve been healthy, an athlete, my entire life,” Ross told the outlet. “But me becoming an artist, me traveling, flying five times a week, up in the studio, up to 20 hours a day, it actually took a toll on me. I’ve made up my mind; I’ve lost 80-plus pounds. I’ve addressed and adjusted certain eating habits, of course, my sleeping habits, which was my largest fault.”
Rick Ross Shares the News
Ross shared news of the investment on Instagram on January 16 with the Forbes article featuring Jetdoc CEO Tommy Duncan and thanking him for his latest venture.
“BIG THINGS,BIG THINGS,” he wrote. “@forbes much luv for the @myjetdoc positive energy. @tommy2duncan thank you for the huge opportunity brother. Now let’s all tap in! www.JETDOC.com.”
What is Jetdoc?
JetDoc is an online health club offering virtual doctor visits for patients for $20. In addition, users can sign up for a $10 unlimited monthly membership and health insurance isn’t required. Similar to GoodRx perks, members will receive a discount card offering up to 85 percent off retail prices for prescription medication at most major pharmacies.
The telehealth service is available on both Google Play as well as Apple’s App store. Big ups to Rick Ross for shouting Jetdoc out.