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Dade County’s finest Rick Ross has officially purchased a 109-room mansion from boxing great Evander Holyfield. The property is located in Atlanta, Georgia and priced at $5.8 million.
According to the Daily Mail, “the 38-year-old rapper purchased the home which Evander had to sell to a bank at a public auction as part of a foreclosure for $7.5 million in 2012.”
The new estate comes with a number of incredible specs, including:
- 54,000 sq. ft. mansion on 235 acres
- bowling alley
- movie theater
- massive banquet hall
- 109 rooms (12 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms)
Maintenance doesn’t come cheap, with a near $1 million spent every year just to keep the lights on. Ross, the Lemon Pepper Lord of Lyrics, has a net worth estimated at $40 million.
He recently fought Mike Tyson back in May 2021, and now the 58-year-old Holyfield will be returning to the ring once more to defy age and deliver more knockouts. Holyfield will fight Kevin McBride in an exhibition match that has yet to be rescheduled. According to Bleacher Report, “the exhibition fight has been postponed and no new date has been announced,” though there are tentative plans for it to be mid-June.
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Is this the result of systemic racism somebody tell your president an Vice President that one black man sold this monstrous mansion for millions to another black man happens all the time not in china but here in this great country mfers
Holyfield sold it to the bank in ’12 under foreclosure lol..
How can a house regardless of price or size be insane? Stop the dumbass TMZ headlines please!