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Are you good with exotic animals? Rapper Rick Ross is looking for someone to feed his two lion cubs.

On Tuesday, the rapper took to Instagram and posted a wanted ad for a caretaker among his 15.6M followers.

Ross explained that he's interested in acquiring pet lion cubs for his Promiseland Estate in Fayetteville, Ga. near Atlanta.

"I'm looking to hire someone to feed both my CUBS once they are delivered from SENEGAL," he captioned a video clip.

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He shared a video showing a hunky and fearless zookeeper playing with the cubs.

"Hi guys! Rick Ross, today I am here with the baby cat. Your baby cat is here, they are ready. Yeah, you can see them here in Senegal, West Africa. Yeah, Rick Ross, they are ready for you."

The problem is, lion cubs tend to grow big fairly quickly. Technically, they're still cubs even though they're the size of fully grown lions.

The other problem is the cubs play rough and they sometimes eat their caretakers by mistaking them for food.

Ross would feed them himself, but he needs both of his hands in his line of work as a famous rapper.

So, Ross is looking for a fearless person who won't panic if the cubs get a little aggressive in their play.

So far Ross hasn't found someone willing to feed his exotic animals. I'm told he's holding off on delivery of the born killers animals until he does find someone.

Hopefully, the gig offers excellent health and life insurance benefits.

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A bizarre incident on board a Delta Airlines plane has travelers wondering about Delta's policy on breastfeeding animals in the cabin.

It all began when a pilot sent an ACARS in-flight message from the cockpit to the air traffic controllers on the ground.

The message read: "[Passenger] in [seat] 13A is breastfeeding a cat and will not put cat back in its carrier when [flight attendant] requested."

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The passenger and her exotic pet were traveling on a Delta flight from Syracuse, NY, to Atlanta, GA last month.

A Delta flight attendant explained what happened in a since-deleted post on TikTok: "This woman had one of those, like, hairless cats swaddled up in a blanket so it looked like a baby."

The woman wasn't arrested when the plane landed at Hartsfield International, but the pilot demanded Delta's Redcoat ground team meet the customer to reprimand her.

If you're wondering whether you can breastfeed a cat on a major airliner such as Delta, the answer is yes.

"Delta fully supports a woman's right to breastfeed on board Delta and Delta Connection aircraft and in Delta facilities. Breast pumps are allowed on board. At the airport and if you prefer, many airports do offer private lactation rooms or spaces."

It's bad enough that the passenger sitting next to you has a cat out of its carrier. But breastfeeding the feline is going too far.

We are fortunate that there are no video recordings floating around the Internet. Our eyes would not be able to unsee that.

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Kevin Hart escalated his prank war with pal Nick Cannon by plastering "The Masked Singer" host's real phone number on billboards in 3 cities.

The prank war escalated after Nick bought Kevin a live llama for his birthday earlier this month. But the Jumanji star was unimpressed and called the prank "childish."

He shared a message Nick sent him along with the animal, which read:

"Since I'm having all these new kids, I thought I would bless you with a new one as well. Save the drama for your llama. Happy birthday."

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Kevin poked fun at the fact that Nick is now a dad of seven. He paid for billboards that displayed Nick's real mobile phone number in Los Angeles, Atlanta and New York.

The billboards read: "For any advice on fatherhood? Call my best friend Nick Cannon."

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Kevin shared an image of the billboards on Instagram, and wrote:

"Since my brother @nickcannon decided to buy me a lama [sic] for my B Day I decided to do something nice for him as well... Here is a digital billboard in Los Angeles... I also did some in ATL & NY. If u want any advice on fatherhood please call my BEST FRIEND @nickcannon... I'm sure his phone has been ringing nonstop. GOTCHA BACK B**CH #PRANKWARS."

Nick took to his Instagram Story, revealing that his phone "won't stop ringing", and adding that he "hates" Hart for the epic prank.
 

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Carole Baskin ripped Atlanta stars Sean Combs (left) and Pierre "Pee" Thomas (right) for posing with a caged tiger at the Black Tie Affair for the Quality Control Records CEO on Wednesday night.

Baskin slammed Combs and several other celebs for posing with the caged tiger at Atlanta's Fox Theater.

Baskin is a big-cat rights activist and CEO of Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit animal sanctuary based near Tampa.

She is best known for her appearance in Netflix's documentary series Tiger King about Oklahoma-based private zoo operator Joe Exotic.

Even though she wasn't invited to the party, Baskin claims there are signs that the animal was stressed inside the cage. She says it was a horrible scene for the big cat, according to TMZ.

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Invited guests included Combs, Ray J, T.I. & Tiny, Gucci Mane and his wife Keyshia Ka'oir, Lil Baby, Teyana Taylor, 2 Chainz, Bow Wow, Jermaine Dupri, City Girls, and more.

Baskin says the white tiger looked stressed by all the noise and chaos -- that's why it's pacing and mouth breathing -- both signs the cat was not comfortable in the small cage.

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Baskin couldn't fathom why folks would want to "demonstrate dominion over the world's most magnificent animal" at the party. She says it was clear exploitation and a slap in the face to mother nature.

Carole said the whole scene made partygoers look "impotent, clueless and cruel" to animals.

Baskin also wonders if the tiger was brought in illegally, and she's urging local authorities to investigate the party.

The Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources would have to issue a permit for the tiger to be displayed.

TMZ reached out to the GDNR, and also to Quality Control Music for comment.