Rick Ross is known as the biggest boss, and he just leveled up once again with an addition to his real estate portfolio.

The “Hustlin'” rapper has purchased Meek Mill’s former mansion for a whopping $4.2 million.

According to WSB-TV, Rick Ross purchased the nine-bedroom home in the Buckhead/Sandy Springs area near Atlanta.

Reportedly, Meek Mill never actually lived in the home, which has a sauna, jacuzzi, outdoor pool, movie theater, tennis court, and playground.

With all the amenities associated with the estate, the “Dreams and Nightmares” rapper had a hard time selling the home, noting it had been on the market for around two years. However, he took to social media to advertise the sale to speed up the process.

Meek Mill’s social media post included a virtual tour of the home, and the concept worked well. The Philadelphia native confirmed the power of social media by tweeting, “I sold that house that quick …. It was forsale for like 2 years… i knew it would soon as I posted too!”

Ironically, Meek Mill did not have any idea that Ross was the buyer of his Atlanta area property. Meek Mill took to his Instagram to share his surprise about the home purchaser using the caption, “Sold rozay the big fish estates … I aint even know he bought this lol.”

This purchase adds to Rick Ross’ already expansive real estate portfolio. According to a previous report from AfroTech, Ross owns the former Evander Holyfield estate in the Atlanta area. He expanded the acreage of this property in October 2020 to 235 total acres by acquiring 87 acres of land near the mansion for $1 million.

Architectural Digest also reported that in 2021, the Maybach Music mogul acquired Amar’e Stoudemire’s former South Florida mansion through an all-cash $3.5 million deal.