After graduating from Albany State University, Rick Ross, real nɑme William Leonard Roberts II, worked as a correctional officer for almost two years. Inspire by drᴜg lord “Freeway” Rick Ross, he changed his nɑme from Teflon Da Don to Rick Ross.
After releasing his breakthrough single Hustlin, he received a multimiℓℓio𝚗 dollar deal with Jay-Z’s Def Jam Records. Tens of miℓℓio𝚗s of singles and albums were sold throughout the time that his debut album spent at number one. One of the highest-paid rappers in the world, Rick Ross, is valued at $55 biℓℓio𝚗.
Rick Ross also makes real estate investments. He has purchased a number of expensive homes in Georgia and Florida during the last 20 years.
His most expensive asset is a $5.8 miℓℓio𝚗 Georgia home with 109 rooms that he acquired from boxer Evander Holyfield. Let’s check out Rick Ross’ lovely house.
Evander Holyfield, who made over $350 miℓℓio𝚗, was the undisputed cruiserweight champion in the 1980s. After some setbacks and waning endeavors, the former boxer resigned to spend time with his family.
His Georgia home, one of his largest holdings, needed repairs. The Sun claims that the mansion’s $1 miℓℓio𝚗 maintenance expense was the reason it was put up for auction as a result of foreclosure.
After Holyfield sold it to a bank for $7.5 miℓℓio𝚗, the home was listed for $8.2 miℓℓio𝚗. Ross paid $5.8 miℓℓio𝚗 for the auction, which had a starting bid of $2.5 miℓℓio𝚗.
The property in Fayetteville County, Georgia was constructed in 1994. The palace is located on 235 acres and is 45,000 square feet. This house is magnificent, with a large fountain in the driveway and a white stone façade with moldings.
The impressive double-winding staircase leading upstairs commands everyone’s attention. There are 12 bedrooms and 21 baths among the 109 rooms.
Along with the mansion, Rick Ross has owned a number of homes. In 2012, he paid $5.2 miℓℓio𝚗 for an eight-bedroom, eleven-bathroom home on the Fort Lauderdale oceanfront. In 2016, he sold the Georgia estate for $6 miℓℓio𝚗, per Celebrity Net Worth.