Rick Ross To Use 235-Acre Home For Charitable Purposes

posted Thursday February 06 ,2014 at 11:00PM CST | 59 comments

Rick Ross To Use 235-Acre Home For Charitable Purposes

A Rick Ross representative says the rapper is slated to use his new 109-room Georgia estate for his "In A Big Way" charity.

Rick Ross plans to use his new home, a 235-acre, 109-room Georgia estate, for his In a Big Way charity, according to MTV.

Ross plans on bringing inner-city youth to the property so they can use some of the amenities on the property, according to a Ross representative. Some of those amenities include a baseball field, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a horse stable.  

Rick Ross is currently readying the release of his upcoming Mastermind album, which he recently announced is set to be co-executive produced by Diddy

"Diddy is one of the greatest producers of all time and someone I respect," Ross said in a press release about Diddy. "He has a proven track record of not only creating hit records but also classic albums. It just made sense for me to have him be a part of this process." 

Photographs of Ross' estate can be found below.

RELATED: Diddy To Co-Executive Produce Rick Ross' "Mastermind"

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  • Anonymous
    "no one is impressed by this" Says the resident hater. Why do you hate this dude so much? lol He's living the dream.
  • Anonymous
    this nigga couldnt even cop a mansion without making it a charity house for tax deductions.
  • Anonymous
    Terrible investment. Millionaires and billionaires passed on this investment until the price was in the toilet.
  • Anonymous
    living beyond his means no doubt. some billionaires dont even got cribs like this
    • Anonymous
      Even Mark Cuban is impressed.
    • Anonymous
      no one is impressed by this. if it was a good deal some white millionaire would have snatched it up before ross even heard about it.
  • Anonymous
    Those Bieber pics all make sense now. He's mentoring troubled youth.
  • Anonymous
    fast forward 6 yrs from now, Rozay in court fighting child molestation accusations...
    • Anonymous
      No ways hes gonna be able to hold onto this house for 6 years.
  • Anonymous
    "Rapper Rick Ross has one less legal issue to worry about after settling a $2 million lawsuit filed against him over a scrapped concert, RadarOnline.com is reporting. In paperwork filed in 2012, the British firm Zons P.R. sued the singer and claimed to have paid Ross $87,500 to promote and perform at the Star Mega Jam, an annual Nigerian concert that draws upwards of 50,000 fans. Zons alleged that Ross failed to carry out his promo duties when he cancelled, citing the violent events in Nigeria as the reason he wouldnt appear at the December 2011 show." Meanwhile this nigga is ripping off Nigerians for thousands cause he's too scared to go out there!
  • Anonymous
    Look kids if you steal another niggas identity and glorify drug dealing and killing you can live like a boss just like me. Take them to six flags or something boss.
  • Anonymous
    This is all publicity before his album comes out. If he really cared he could support after school programs, help kids with a scholarship, really stimulate them to do something positive with their lives instead of having them enjoying HIS luxury. So now all those kids are gonna go back to the hood thinking they too can rap about murder and drug dealing and get their own mega mansion.
  • Anonymous
    At least he might lose some weight walking around that big ass house.
  • Nubian
    "Cant even hate on that. Salute" :^ My brother!
    • Anonymous
      Thank you for that, people need to understand constantly hating gets old quickly
  • Anonymous
    making it into some charity house is the only way he could possibly make that deal work. he probably gonna get money from the government now and some major tax breaks. not very boss.
  • insanemacbeth
    nice yard.
    • Anonymous
      I dunno that tree on the left in the first picture doesn't look very good.
  • Rick Ross's Hood Dreams
    Rapper's lawyer, cop agree that ex-screw never ran with street gangs FEBRUARY 9--The rapper Rick Ross would have his fans believe that he made millions trafficking cocaine while running with one of Miami's violent street gangs. Of course, that claim took a hit recently with the disclosure that Ross (real name: William Leonard Roberts) actually once worked as a corrections officer, news that was met with derision in hip-hop circles. Now, records show that Ross's own lawyer last year disputed reports that the performer has ever been affiliated with any gang. Ross's purported hoodlum connections were explored last April during a deposition of Officer Rey Hernandez, a Miami Beach cop who arrested Ross in January 2008 on gun and marijuana charges (one of the few blemishes on Ross's rap sheet). As seen in the below transcript excerpts, Ross's lawyer, Allan Zamren, asked Hernandez why Ross's case was assigned to the gang task force. "Because your client claims affiliation with Carol City Cartel and other known gang members," Hernandez replied. The cop then directed Zamren to "some literature or video on U-Tube that you can pull up for yourself." Zamren then proceeded to press Hernandez on Ross's supposed gang ties. "Do you have anybody from a Carol City gang that you have information on or basis of any knowledge that says he is affiliated with them?" Hernandez answered, "No." Zamren then asked, "Do you have anything that shows you he was affiliated with any gang?" Hernandez replied, "No, I do not." Zamren also got Hernandez to acknowledge that, prior to the January 2008 bust, Ross had never been arrested in Miami-Dade County, where he has long resided.
  • Anonymous
    Rick Ross makes music for niggas who think snorting coke makes then a dope boy
  • Anonymous
    Rick Ross makes music for niggas who know the names of all the ladies working at McDonalds
  • Anonymous
    Rick Ross makes music for niggas that lease Escalades but still live in the hood with their parents
  • Anonymus
    I think I'm Michael Jackson/Eddie Long/Chris Stokes. All known for temporarily separating kids from their parents as a "good gesture".
    • Anonymous
      yeah hes on that neverland shit. no ones gonna let this man look after any kids once they hear his music.
    • Anonymus
      He wants to breastfeed the world one kid at a time, while eating crab meats.
    • Anonymous
      infinite crab meats, perpetual chicken wings
  • Omecca
    I wonder how Lord Jamar feels about Rick Ross's house, lol....
    • Anonymous
      I wonder how Lord Jamar feels about Rick Ross fraudulent past
    • Anonymous
      being that hes a racist hes probably just happy a black man is getting his, even though he cant afford it
  • Anonymous
    SICK ASS CRIB. THAT SHIT IS LIKE THE SIZE OF A PRISON
  • onlybuiltforcubanlinx
    Do Jay-Z and Diddy even had homes this big? This is a crib for men worth hundreds of millions, not rappers on the decline who didn't make the top 20 on Forbes last year. If he calls it a charity house can he write it off on his taxes?
    • Anonymous
      I told you, he made about as much money as those 2 yet unlike them, choose to donate most of his money to charity projects such as this.
  • Popsicle Pete
    Wow he really does wanna be 50. 50 buys a boxers mansion so does Ross. 50 deads the beef with Fat Joe, Ross makes up with Jeezy. 50 had a deal with Reebok, Ross got a deal with Reebok (after making fun of G-Unit for wearing Reebok)
    • Anonymous
      When did ross ever make fun of reebok? Maybe after they went cold feet last year but not before. Reebok preferred some irrelevant niggas over the toughest boss in the game.
    • Popsicle Pete
      It was an XXL interview " "What he need to do on the real is take Tony Yayo shopping, take Tony Yayos grandparents shopping," he advised. "You know 50s one of the worst dressers in the game. They shut his clothing line down cause of the way he dressed. You know he wear rings on his middle finger and wear Reeboks [and] Carhartt jeans. I wear Gucci and Louis Vuitton, Im a fly dude." " Remember when Ross had on that fuzzy blue cookie monster outfit with his titties hanging out.. Fly isn't the word that comes to mind
    • Anonymous
      He never criticized the reeboks themeselves, just at the groupie unit members for their misuse of them.
  • Anonymous
    We have Ross articles everyday for the rest of the month to look forward to. His PR is on another level but it don't match his album or concert ticket sales.
  • SDJ
    Dope house but the thing is no one wanted to purchase this property because of it's location and proximity to undesirable neighborhoods. Not a good location for a house of that magnitute. The worst of it is that Evander Holyfield made $260 million in his carreer but coulden't maintain the the up keep of the property which has been reported to be 1 million a year and an electric bill thats about $17,000 a month. It's said he brought the property for around 8 million. It's not really the price he paid the makes the deal it is the fact that he has to maintain the up keep. That's why no one was interested in buying the property. Ross is said to be worth $26 million and takes in about $6 millon a year, add taxes and thats about $3.5 million a year. With taxes on the home, up keep, and other expenses, this doe's not look like a good investment. Remember, Evander was worth $260 million and could not maintain the property. Ross $26 million, Do the math. Props anyway.
    • Anonymous
      There's a simple explanation. It's not really his house.
  • Anonymous
    Sounds like he's on some Michael Jackson Neverland shit....
    • Anonymous
      LOL there was a picture on the HHDX facebook yesterday of Rozay chilling with a shirtless Justin Bieber in the club...
  • Rozay O'Donnell
    "According to reports via AllHipHop.com, the 28 year old former accountant of Rick Ross was recently signed to a lucrative $4.7 million dollar deal with Maybach Music Group. Rozay O'Donnell, born as Seth Ernest Goldstein, worked as Ross' accountant from 2010 to 2014, and also did a side gig as a talent scout. Goldstein released the following statement:" "I am proud to be a member of the greatest record label in the rap game right now. As I am sitting next to Meek Mill, Rockie Fresh, Omarion, Stalley, Fat Trel, I feel as though I am not only a member of a loving family, but also an powerful dynasty whose legacy will leave a lasting impression for generations to come. Bawse!" "Rick Ross said of the signing, "I am pleased that Rozay has become one of my dutiful & loyal soldiers, but don't be surprised if he gets promoted to captain in 6 months! (laughs). Rozay is a boss in every sense of the word. Growing up in Bad News, VA, this young man selflessly took care of his family at the age of 8. Now that might be a lot of responsibility to put on the shoulders of a child, but this dude stuck his chest out, got a job selling newspapers & lemonade to the neighborhood children. That's the definition of a real boss!" "Rozay O'Donnell's debut album, Crunching Numbers & Doing Bids, will be see a release date on 4/20, known as Weed Day in the stoner community." "A picture of Rozay signing a contract with Rick Ross & Meek Mill can be found below, via Instagram."
    • Anonymous
      thats not even funny, what waste of your time. like he would ever sign a groupie who calls himself Rozay.
    • Fiddy
      Don't be mad just because I didn't sign you to my label bitch. You wouldn't be able to put out an album on G Unit. None of us can.
    • Rozay O'Donnell
      @anonymous bitch the boss says he's cool with it & considers me to be like a younger brother. I have his blessings to use his nickname, so it's all good homie.
  • Anonymous
    i don't fuck with his music, but this is something i respect. i love seeing young bruthas tryin to do some good in the world