Rick Ross Adds Huge 87-Acre Property to His Georgia Real Estate Portfolio

Mahlik Campbell

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NEWARK, NEW JERSEY - AUGUST 26: Rick Ross attends the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on August 26, 2019 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for MTV)

As 21 Savage was pre-gaming for his costume-friendly function, elsewhere in Georgia Rick Ross became the proud owner of 87 acres of land.

Rap's self-proclaimed Biggest Boss announced his latest acquisition to his 11.6 million Instagram followers: "Promise Land just got BIGGER." For real!

Of course, Rozay already owns a sprawling 254-acre property just outside of Atlanta that was previously owned by Evander Holyfield. Ross bought the 109-room mansion, including a bowling alley, a movie theatre with 135 seats, and a 350,000-gallon swimming pool, back in 2014.

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Promise Land just got BIGGER.

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The home has added a dash of extravagance to a couple of recent music videos, like Rozay's "Pinned to the Cross" and Curren$y's "Mugello Red," flooded with color-coordinated exotic cars.

The latter reflected on his visit on another song, "Cutlass Cathedrals," rapping, "I went to Rozay crib, this n***a rich / He got whips in garages organized by colors and s**t." See for yourself.

It's unclear what Rozay's plan is for the development of his new property, but maybe he's just buying the block like Lil Yachty to avoid having any nosy neighbors.

Over IG Live, Yachty spoke on how he's playing a "different ballgame" than these "small-time cats" when it comes to paying for his residences. "We don't do the whole, 'I gotta pay on the first.' Rent, whatever the case may be," he said. "And this is my house! Like I own this house. And on the 28th, I actually bought a house next door."

Explaining why to his clearly surprised friend, Yachty claimed, "I didn't want no neighbors. Let me show you. I already got the contract." This man is moving different!