Rick Ross Cops Meek Mill's Mansion For A Light $4.2M

Rick Ross shocked Meek Mill after purchasing the Georgia mansion.

BYAron A.
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Meek Mill finally found a buyer for his Georgia mansion. Over the past two years, the rapper attempted to push the sale of the estate with little success. However, it turns out that the person who had an interest in the property is someone who he holds close to his heart. TMZ reports that Rick Ross purchased the property for $4.2 million. Still, Meek apparently wasn't aware that the head honcho of the label that started his career was the one who scooped it up.

Ross's realtor, Alisha Gillooly, confirmed that the MMG boss paid for the house in all cash. "I've been working to make an impact in the luxury market and this did just that," Gillooly said. The Luxe pad is filled with amenities, from a tennis court, jacuzzi, swimming pool, movie theatre, and a sauna. It's unclear what plans Ross has with the new pad but we could imagine it's a home that's fit for a boss. So far, Rick Ross hasn't publicly acknowledged the sale but Meek Mill did a few days prior to news of Ross' purchase.

Meek Mill Reacts To Rick Ross' Sale

A few days prior to the announcement, Meek took to Twitter to celebrate the sale. "I sold that house that quick... It was for sale for like 2 years," he wrote. "I knew it would soon as I posted it too!" Earlier this year, the rapper posted a virtual tour of the home as he flirted with the idea of becoming a realtor himself. However, he didn't realize who purchased the home until TMZ came out with their report. "Sold Rozay the big dish estate," he wrote. "I ain't even know he bought this lol."

Ross' purchase is the latest development in his reconciliation with Meek Mill. As fans suspected the two were at odds in recent years, the Expensive Pain star brought out the MMG founder on stage during the 10-year anniversary concert for Dreams & Nightmares. Shortly after, the two joined forces in the studio where they previewed a new collaboration. Hopefully, we'll hear that soon. Check out Meek Mill's post above.

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