Rick Ross is officially the proud owner of a lavish 235-acre, 109-room Georgia estate, previously owned by boxing great Evander Holyfield.
MTV News learned that the deal, which has been in the works for some time, was finally closed on Tuesday and the big-time rapper has big-time plans for the space. Aside from living there, Ross plans to use the property for his developing In a Big Way charity.
A Ross rep told us that the Boss' vision is to bring inner-city youngsters to the property and let them utilize all of the luxurious amenities like the Olympic-sized swimming pool, baseball field and horse stable, in an effort to take them out of their element and bring a positive influence to their lives.
Not just anyone can take on the responsibilities of owning such a compound. Holyfield lost the property in 2012 due to foreclosure and the upkeep on the estate is estimated to cost around $1 million a year, according to The Atlanta Constitution Journal, but if there is anyone who can make it work it's the MMG boss.