Whose Georgia Home Did Rick Ross Buy?

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  • The former heavyweight champion sold his old crib in a public auction. And Rick Ross swooped in and bought it.

    Reportedly the house costs $1 million annually to maintain… but that makes sense since it’s the biggest house in Georgia.

    The auction of his home comes as no shock. It’s part of his foreclosure to overcome financial issues — bidding 450 items, which didn’t go as planned.

    Holyfield filed suit against Julien’s Auction for trying to sell 20 memorabilia items.

    The legal papers stated, “If, on the other hand, Holyfield is forced to sell those few items of personal property that have the very most sentimental value to him as he looks back over his career, and which he wants to pass down to future generations of his family, the hardship is overwhelming and irreparable.”

    Surprisingly, as ginormous as it is, Ross’ new abode is only worth $7.5 million. The 109-roomed mansion features 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms and a dining room, which can seat 100 guests.

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    4 thoughts on “Whose Georgia Home Did Rick Ross Buy?

    1. Dogteam, I support damn near everything you do on the music side, but come on mayne!!!!! I know I can’t count the dude money, but 1 million per year to maintain this boy is craaaaazy. Them dudes just made a song entitled “Rich niggas making poor decisions”, he was supposed to take heed to his own song title and definitely NOT dive into something like this. Gotta say it again, 1 million dollars PER year just to maintain the house!!

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