With more than 6,000 people expected to attend the event, concerned residents are filing complaints, according to WSB-TV.
Expressing their concerns to the Fayette County Board of Commissioners, neighbors said the Grammy-nominated rapper’s car show from last year caused traffic problems and a host of other issues.
“We feel locked out,” a homeowner told WSB-TV. “It took me 40 minutes to get out of my subdivision.”
Another person said last year’s car show gave him massive headaches. The residents are now signing petitions in attempt to stop Ross’ show, which is scheduled for June 3.
“Some of our people already talking about going on vacation or going somewhere during that time because you can’t get out or in,” one neighbor said.
The commissioners have considered filing an injunction to put a shop to the show, but they are still reviewing the matter.
Ross has since responded to his neighbors’ complaints via Instagram, saying that he “wouldn’t even feel right if they wasn’t boycotting.” He added, “It was never handed to me… I would be confused if they wasn’t boycotting the boss.”
As Blavity previously reported in March, Ross’ neighbors also complained about the rapper’s pet buffaloes, which he received as a gift from business partner Darius Burton. A neighbor called police after two of the Buffaloes began grazing on her land and said the animals could be a danger to her children.