Rapper Rick Ross;New gangster house

Big and pretty fat, American rapper Rick Ross, has purchased the biggest house in the state of Georgia. The home is outside of Atlanta Georgia. Not far from the former home of Big Meech, member of the Black Mafia Family (BMF), now serving time in prison.
Rick Ross handed $8.5 millions to Evander Holyfield’s people, so that he can own this 109 room mansion. The mansion is 54,000 square feet , with the 350,000 gallon private pool making Mr. Rosay the owner of the largest private pool in the USA. The pool is bigger than the Betsy Head Pool in Brooklyn New York.

We wish the ‘Boss’, aka Rosay aka Correction Officer William Roberts, aka Rick Ross happiness

and best wishes.

ImageEvander Holyfied is pictured looking sad.

ImageI guess if you can buy a mansion you are the “BOSS”!! I just hope the Gangster Disciples allow you to make enough money to pay that house tab monthly. idk  🙂

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Rick Ross vs. 50 Cent

Rick Ross Vows To Outsell 50 Cent

February 24th, 2009 | Author: Edwin Ortiz

With the diss records at a current cease fire, the debate as to who won between Rick Ross  and 50 Cent  is still uncertain. Of course, if you asked each rapper their opinion, the decision would be unanimous.

Speaking with MTV, Ross pointed to one of his latest diss tracks as an example of how he allegedly took down the G-Unit ringleader. “My freestyles as you could hear them, ‘Kiss My Pinky Ring [click to listen],’ I do them in 20 minutes and put them out there. Those crumble empires.”

While 50 Cent has spent more time developing humorous skits to discredit Ross, “The Boss” feels his dedication to the musical side of the beef has outshined any cartoon posted by Curtis. “People [are] listening to how potent the music is,” Ross explained. “That’s all this really is for me. I’m not really excited yet. All this is a platform for me to show people how talented I am. How much better of a lyricist I am.”

Making one of his boldest claims yet, Ross put Deeper Than Rap on the same level as Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ [click to read] in terms of impact and quality, saying, “If [50] sold 10 [million], my next album should sell 12.”