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How Rick Ross ‘Run It’: Five of the Hip-Hop Mogul’s Most Expensive Buys

Rick Ross is one of hip-hop’s biggest bosses, but he also likes to treat himself.

The Maybach Music mogul and business owner has a net worth of $45 million, and he has spent a chuck of it on personal goodies.

Here are five things Rick Ross has splurged on.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 26: Rick Ross attends the 2022 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 26, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET)

1. He’s a Major Motorhead

Rick Ross loves cars. He has such a large collection, he recently announced he was looking into opening a car museum to house his whips.

One standout in his collection is the Maybach 57s coupé, a one-of-a-kind Mercedes-Benz brand car only two people alive currently own. One source says Ross bought the car in 2012 when it was new, and if the vehicle is based on the limited run of 2011 models made by Xenatec, it could have cost the Florida rapper approximately $1 million.

2. The Chain of All Chains

Ross reportedly spends a lot of money on jewelry. There’s his infamous face pendant. A massive chain features a pendant that has an image of his face made with yellow and black diamonds. The self-portrait even has Ross’ sunglasses, goatee, and diamond grill. There have been reports it put Ross back $1.5 million – if this is accurate, he probably the most expensive necklace in the rap game.

3. Money on the Wrist

Speaking of jewelry, Ross once showed off an iced out Jacob & Co. watch that he claimed he got for $2 million in 2021. He showed it off in his Instagram stories. It has been described as an 18k white gold “Billionaire Ashoka” model, a model the jewelry company is known for. While some say the watch was gifted to Ross, he seemed to let folks believe he bought it.

4. Million-Dollar Mansion

In 2014, Rick Ross bought boxing legend Evander Holyfield’s 109-room mansion just outside of Atlanta for a reported $5.8 million. Holyfield lost his 45,000-square-foot property to foreclosure in 2012, after which it was acquired at auction by JPMorgan Chase for $7.5 million. Ross copped it from JPMorgan and subsequently added large animals to give him some extra company and a tax break on the 235-acre estate.

5. Dropped a Million on a Driveby House in Atlanta and $3.5 Million on Florida Mansion

In 2021, Ross revealed he once bought a house in Atlanta just so he could look at it when he drove by. The price for the view? $1 million.

“Homes was something I was always fascinated about, so me and my homies started coming up to Atlanta. We used to ride by here all the time,” Ross says. “Stop, pull over and just be like goddamn. After I got my deal and my situation, I bought a million-dollar home maybe two minutes from here that I still own that’s right around the corner just so I can ride by it every day while I’m in Atlanta, and that’s what the play was.”

Ross, who was raised in Miami, paid $3.5 million in cash for a 8,675-square-foot home in Southwest Ranches, Florida’s landmark Ranch Estates neighborhood. He purchased the home from NBA star Amar’e Stoudemire.

The property is on 2.35 acres and has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a nine-car garage, a movie room, among other luxury features.

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