Rick Ross has finally acquired Meek Mill’s sprawling Sandy Springs/Buckhead mansion after it spent two years on the market.
The Dream Chasers Records founder recently took to social media to share a video of the property, revealing that despite owning it for several years, he never actually lived there.
Growing impatient with his realtor, Meek decided to take on the marketing himself, leading to a quick sale.
The eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion features numerous luxurious amenities, including a jacuzzi, sauna, movie theater, outdoor pool, playground, tennis court, and twin garages.
Meek Mill shared his excitement on Twitter, revealing that he knew it would sell quickly after posting it. As it turned out, Maybach Music Group founder Rick Ross purchased the property, mortgage-free, for a whopping $4.2 million in cash.
“I sold that house that quick,” Meek Mill tweeted on Monday (Apr. 10). “It was forsale for like 2 years… i knew it would soon as I posted too!”
Although there have been rumors of a rift between the two, Meek Mill and Rick Ross are working on a new track, which the former called “perfect timing.”
The sale of the property marks the end of an era for Meek Mill, but it’s clear that he’s moving forward with new endeavors.
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