Rick Ross pistol whipped one of the hired hands at his Georgia mansion, cops said — landing him in jail for the second time this month. The mayhem unfolded when the “Hustlin'” rapper got into an argument with a groundskeeper at the sprawling Fayette County home on June 7, cops said. Ross and a bodyguard forced the man into a guesthouse bedroom at gunpoint and then beat him with the butt of a .9-mm Glock, cops said. The bleeding man was taken to a hospital, where he was put on a liquid diet because of neck and jaw injuries, authorities said. “The victim lost use of his jaw and is restricted to soft foods and liquid diet only as a result of not being able to chew food,” cops said in an arrest warrant. Ross, 39, whose real name is William Roberts, was collared on for assault and kidnapping Wednesday after cops showed up to his luxe pad, which used to belong to boxer Evander Holyfield. His bodyguard, Nadrian Lateef James, 42, was booked on similar charges, WSB-TV reported. FAYETTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Rapper Rick Ross was also arrested June 10 on a misdemeanor marijuana charge.He was denied bail on Wednesday afternoon, and was being held at Fayette County jail, cops said. The U.S. Marshals helped carry out the outstanding arrest warrants. Earlier in June, Ross was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge.