Rick Ross invests $1 million in telehealth startup “Jetdoc”

In the era of the new corona virus, easy access to health care services has become a major concern. Jetdoc is a mobile app that connects users virtually with world-class medical professionals. This app connects you with a licensed doctors in a very short time.

In November 30 announced a strategic partnership with hip-hop superstar Rick Ross. And in addition, Ross is making a huge investment into Florida-based telehealth startup. On January 16, Ross shared news of the investment on his Instagram page.

“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.”

For Ross, recent health scares played a pivotal role in putting such a large financial cosign into a rising company.

“I’ve been healthy, an athlete, my entire life, 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.” – said The Maybach Music Group founder.

Jetdoc is available on both Google Play as well as Apple’s App store.