Rick Ross Buys 109-Room Mansion
Rick Ross is living large. The Maybach Music Group head honcho just purchased the biggest single family home in Georgia, a 109-room mansion that once belonged to boxer Evander Holyfield.
Complex dishes about Rozay’s new digs, which features a dining room that sits 100 guests — expect plenty of MMG dinner parties — and a pool that holds 350,000 gallons of water. The property comes with 235 acres as well as its own bowling alley and movie theater, so the rapper really never has to leave home.
How much does such a swanky pad cost to keep up? Apparently, the electric bills alone are nearly $20,000 per year.
“new crib is unreal!” Meek Mill shared on Instagram, with a photo of Ross chillin’ on his massive staircase in a very ‘Scarface’ moment.
Always the hustler, Rozay did not pay retail for his new mansion. The pad was foreclosed on and went to auction starting at $2.5 million. It’s reasonable to guess that Ross got a steal of a deal on the breathtaking property.