Rick Ross recently gave Diddy (aka Love) a tour of his 450,000 square foot “Promised Land” mansion in the ATL, and Diddy was like a kid in a candy store.
Rozay bought the home from former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield in 2014, and the property has undergone major upgrades since then.
Diddy starts out in the huge foyer area engulfed in the amazing backdrop of a beautiful spiral staircase as he dances with excitement in anticipation of his tour of the property.
Diddy was thoroughly impressed by the property and he said it is inspiring. From the horse park to the elaborate car collection, to the game room, and indoor basketball court the property definitely lives up to the nickname “Promised Land.”
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The mansion has 109 rooms, and many of them can be seen in the upcoming film Coming To America 2.
Ross is also making money from public viewings of his mansion.
And you know, it’s not free to come check out the estate. Twenty people are coming to see it in one day and that’s every day. What we do is charge people to come look at it and it’s still 18 people that want to see it, so welcome to the promised land.
Given the competitive nature of the music industry, it wouldn’t surprise me if Diddy purchases a mega-mansion within the next five years.
Source: Rolling Out