Rick Ross Explains Why He Purchased Meek Mill’s $4.2M Buckhead Home

In April, Rick Ross purchased the home his former label mate Meek Mill had been trying to sell for over two years. On a recent episode of “Drink Champs,” Ross explained his reasoning behind the purchase, saying the sale “was moving slow,” and he bought the home for $4.2 million cash based on their friendship. As he put it, “for no reason.”

The Miami native also offered to help anyone who has a house about to go into foreclosure to reach out to him. He made sure to let the audience know he wasn’t referring to Meek Mill when he referenced the foreclosure.

“For everybody that’s watching and this is no reference to that. That’s Meek. Meek my family, but if you out there watching and you about to face foreclosure, reach out to me please,” Ross said.

The property that Ross bought is located in the Buckhead section of Atlanta. It is an 8-bedroom, 9-bathroom house equipped with a tennis court, playground, and movie theater with a sauna, a pool, and a jacuzzi. Mill mentioned on his Instagram account that he was finally able to sell the house. “I sold that house that quick …. It was for sale for like 2 years… i knew it would soon as I posted too!”

The Philadelphia rapper returned to social media shortly after announcing that the Maybach Music Group owner purchased another home of his. This time he didn’t disclose the price or where the property is located, but he seemed happy that Ross bought it.

Supporting one another is what we love to see! Congrats to Meek Mill and Rick Ross because teamwork always makes the dream work.