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You can’t be a proper Bawse without the proper home.

Rick Ross realized this and just bought former boxing champion Evander Holyfield’s Atlanta mansion. Holyfield lost the property last year due to foreclosure.

The 45,000-square-foot mansion hit the market for $8.2 million. We’re not sure how much Ross paid himself, but the starting price at auction was $2.5 million. The mansion is massive: built in 1994, the house, which sits on 235 acres, features 109 rooms, a bowling alley, a 135-seat movie theater, an Olympic-size pool and a baseball field.

Rick Ross talked to Revolt TV about his latest purchase. It seems like it was a dream purchase for the man. He told Revolt: “I rolled by that property for years, and I just used to look at it.”

So here’s the trouble with the crib: it’s kind of a money pit. It costs about $1 million a year to maintain the thing.

Which means, Ross, baby, you gotta keep the hits coming.

SOURCE: BleacherReport & NYTimes | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram

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