RICK ROSS BUYS MEEK MILL’S ATLANTA MANSION FOR $4.2M.
Rick Ross has added to his property portfolio by purchasing Meek Mill’s Atlanta mansion for a cool $4.2 million — to his protégé’s surprise.
According to TMZ, the MMG mogul recently closed on the sale of the massive Georgia home, which was on the market for roughly two years.
In true Biggest Bawse fashion, Rozay reportedly paid the seven-figure sum in cash. “I’ve been working to make an impact in the luxury market and this did just that,” his realtor, Alisha Gillooly, said of the deal.
While Ross already owns a sprawling home in the Peach State he affectionately calls “The Promise Land,” Meek’s old pad is nothing to sniff at.
The suburban compound boasts eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, along with a swimming pool, jacuzzi, tennis court, movie theater and playground, among other swanky amenities.
Meek announced just days ago that he had sold the house, tweeting: “I sold that house that quick …. It was forsale for like 2 years… i knew it would soon as I posted too!”
However, the identity of the buyer was apparently mystery to the Dream Chasers rapper, who took to his Instagram Stories on Wednesday (April 12) to share his surprise at his MMG boss being the one who snapped it up.
“Sold rozay the big fish estates … I aint even know he bought this lol,” he wrote.
The sale comes shortly after Meek Mill posted a virtual tour of the ATL property on Instagram in an effort to boost interest in it, as he complained that his realtor wasn’t “getting this off fast enough.”
In his sales pitch, the Philadelphia native said it would make a perfect home for a professional athlete moving to the area after joining the Atlanta Hawks or Atlanta Falcons.
“MANSION FOR SALE IN ATL my realtor not getting this off fast enough & I think I can lol I never moved in it had for a few years,” he wrote in his caption.
“Sandy springs/buckhead area! When somebody get traded to the hawks or falcons come grab this Jawn! I’m not even gone tag who shot this shitty video lol!”
The deal also arrives after a welcome reconciliation between Meek Mill and Rick Ross, who were rumored to have been at odds in recent years.
The pair reunited on stage at Meek’s Dreams & Nightmares 10th anniversary concert in Philly last November, where they performed their 2011 collaboration “Ima Boss” together.
The MMG duo were then spotted in the studio together in Miami in March, with footage of their session suggesting they were working on new music.
Rozay hinted at a collaboration arriving “very soon,” while Meek called their studio session “perfect timing.”