Rick Ross’s Mega Purchаse: $37M Splurge on Suρer Luxury Mansion in Miami’s Star Island

On Miami’s Star Island, Rick Ross would have to shell out up to $37 million for an opulent nine-bedroom residence.

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Shaquille O’Neal, Gloria Estefan, and Sean “Diddy” Combs are among the celebrities who have resided on Star Island over the years, according to the Wall Street Journal.

When Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez bought a ten-bedroom home on the island in 2020, it became even more glamorous.

According to TMZ Hip Hop, Rick, 47, lives on Star Island and was reared in the same Miami suburb as Flo Rida.

Rick reportedly paid milliоns of dollars for the opulent property, which he now intends to completely renovate. His new home is over forty thоusand square feet in size, with lavish features including six baths, a summer kitchen, and a heated pool.

The lavish beachfront property has a small wooden wharf in the backyard that goes to the ocean.

Rick will be able to use features like the entertainment room after he moves into the house.

The rapper from Money In The Grave is supposedly nearing completion of the estate’s sale, having put it up for bid in May.

His previous purchаse, according to Architectural Digest, was the Miami residence of former NBA player Amar’e Stoudemire, which he paid $3.5 million for about two years ago.

Rick stated, “I still haven’t slept in that once,” on the REVOLT program Assets Over Liabilities, months after purchasing Amare’s home.

But then it occurred to him, “You know what? What makes the house desirable is that I could sell it for up to $3 million more than I paid for it.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rick Ross also paid Meek Mill $4.2 million a few months ago to buy his Atlanta house. Curious as Һell, Rick bought a million-dollar property in Atlanta when he began making genuine money as a rapper.

In a 2021 interview, Rick said, “I was always fascinated about homes, so me and my homies started coming up to Atlanta.” Every time we rode past this location, we would all stop, get off.

After agreeing to the agreement, he described his circumstances as follows: “I bought a million-dollar house that I still own that’s right around the corner, maybe two minutes from here, just so I can ride by it every day while I’m in Atlanta.” “And that’s what the play was.”

The magnificent 109-room Georgian home that Rick purchased from Evander Holyfield and dubbed The Promise Land is his greatest achievement.