Report: Rick Ross Buys Evander Holyfield's Former Georgia Mansion


An abode fit for a boss!

Rick Ross is reportedly in the final stages of purchasing Evander Holyfield's former Georgia mega mansion for an undisclosed amount.

The boxer was forced to sell the largest single family home in the whole state to the bank in 2012 after he failed to keep up on payments, resulting in his $14 million debt.

The estate boasts 109 rooms, including 12 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms, as well as a dining room that can seat 100 people. The backyard pool is reportedly the largest one in the whole U.S., and takes a whopping $350K gallons of water just to fill it!

The Miami-bred rapper certainly has enough dough to own the pricey real estate, and we wouldn't be surprised if he changed the name of the street it's located on - Evander Holyfield Way!

More like Ricky Rozay Road!


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