Rick Ross prepares to move into his new mansion in Georgia


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Rick Ross prepares to move into his new mansion in Georgia.

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One of the biggest bosses in the game continues to prove himself just that.Rick Ross purchased a new home in Georgia, which happens to be a 109-room mansion previously owned by heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield.

The Miami native’s new home has room for all his MMG and not-MMG homies, as the dining room seats 100 people, plus there’s a massive outdoor pool holding 350,000 gallons of water (not to mention an indoor lap pool as well). The entire property spans 235 acres and also includes a bowling alley, a baseball field, and a home movie theatre. His electricity bills are estimated to run a whopping $17,000, while simply maintaining the property will cost him $1 million a year.

The previous owner, Holyfield, lost the mansion in foreclosure after owing the bank $14 million. The home went back up on the market for $8.2 million, however, we don’t know Rozay’s purchasing price. During an auction the first bid for the home was set at $2.5 million– so any number upwards from there.

If you’re interested in scoping out more insane mansions owned by rappers, head here. Check out flicks from Rozay’s new home above


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