Tatas 2.0! Terry Releases BTS Photos From Rick Ross' Rolling Stone Shoot

We're starting to wonder if Rick Ross puts up any fight at all when  asked to remove his shirt.

Our guess is no.

 

Following the release of his Rolling Stone magazine cover yesterday, Terry  Richardson has released the behind the scenes photos from the  shirtless shoot with enough man-tit to hold you over for an entire year!

In addition to the abundance of topless photos of Ross partaking in his  beloved pastime of smoking weed, Terry captured a pretty badass video of Ross in  his studio that he also shared on his blog.

 

We still can't seem to comprehend how the net still goes into an uproar when  topless photos leak, when Rick Ross is showing what he's working with all  willy-nilly.

Check out the photos in the gallery above, and the video below.

 

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