Rick Ross spent $100 million in last 6 months which includes mansion and private jet

Not bad going for someone who professes to be 'frugal'.

Published on Oct 5, 2023 at 8:16PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Oct 6, 2023 at 4:04PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
Rick Ross spent $100 million in last 6 months which includes mansion and private jet

Rick Ross has revealed that he’s spent more than $100 million in the last six months.

That takes some doing, especially by someone who professes to be “frugal”.

It doesn’t matter who you are, $100 million is a crazy amount – so what’s he been buying? 

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Perhaps a purple Lamborghini? Maybe an Aston Martin? If you’re a Rick Ross fan, you’ll see what we did there…

The 47-year-old opened up about his spending habits during his and Meek Mill’s visit to Apple Music’s Rap Life Radio with Ebro Darden.

“I been cooking on the stove for a long time, and really I was getting money the whole time, Ross said.

“I’m a real frugal n***a at some points, but when it’s time to make a power play, I will. 

“I’ll spend $100 million. I spent that in the last, sh*t, six months.” 

He continued, “I just bought a crib for $35 million, a jet for $35 million, the investments I’m over $100 million in the last six months, and we ain’t just talking about it. We really getting to it and spending it.”

A new Miami home for Rick Ross

The $35 million home Ross is talking about is on Miami Beach’s Star Island.

The 40,000-square-foot abode boasts six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and all the luxuries the rapper could need.

It’s got a heated pool, entertainment room, summer kitchen, plaza deck terraces, a waterfront, and a 40-foot dock.

Rozay dropped another $3 million on a house in Houston that he gave fans a tour of back in August.

He showed off the property’s backyard, the interior of the house, and more while also taking shots a people who invested in Dodgecoin.

“While others was buying Dodgecoin and all that, man, I was buying real estate,” he said stood next to his pool.

“To be honest, I don’t know how deep this pool go,” he added.

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