Rick Ross plans to use his new home to have a positive influence on underprivileged youths.
Near the end of January we learned of Rick Ross' new purchase, a massive mansion located in Georgia, previously owned by the boxer Evander Holyfield.
The 109-room mansion is definitely excessive for just one person, even if he is the biggest boss in the game, so it's good to hear that he'll be using the Georgia home to help out those in need. A rep for Rozay has revealed that the mansion will be used by Ross' In a Big Way charity, to help underprivileged youths. The MMG bawse plans to bring inner-city youths to the home to use the many amenities of the 235-acre property. This includes a baseball field 235-acre, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a bowling alley, a home movie theatre, and a horse stable.
If you haven't already peeped photos of the home, take a look in the gallery above. The mansion officially belongs to Ross as of Tuesday, when the deal on the house was finalized.