Georgia’s largest single-family home went from the hands of a former boxing champ to a fan-favorite in the art of bars and hooks. Maybach Music Group founder Rick Ross expanded his digs after moving into Evander Holyfield’s old mansion.
The Miami native purchased the lavish estate a year after the former Heavyweight Champion of the World lost it foreclosure after having a $14 million debt with the bank. Last summer, the Fayetteville, Ga. residence went on sale for $8.2 million, though the price Ricky Rozay paid for it has yet to be revealed.
Meek Mill posted an image of his MMG superior looking mighty comfy in his new humble abode. “@richforever new crib is unreal!,” read the caption.
The 109-room mansion has a dining room that seats 100 guests, has a pool that holds 350,000 gallons of water, and sits on 235 acres.
See the aforementioned image of Rick Ross, as well as pictures of the mansion on the following pages.
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