Diddy tours Rick Ross’ estate (video)

Sean “Diddy” Combs (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Diddy was recently in Atlanta and stopped by the estate of Maybach Music boss, Rick Ross. Rozay took the Bad Boy honcho on a guided tour showing off his classic vehicles, horses, toy collection and more.

The mansion, previously owned by Evander Holyfield, has 450,000 square feet and 109 rooms. The property sits on over 300 acres and Ross recently revealed that he charged a cool $2.75 million to let a Hollywood movie production use his estate for shooting.

An impressed Diddy says in the video, “I ain’t gonna lie, n—–s be talking like they be getting money and like they have taste and they got style…Well got d—n. When God made this n—a here, whoo whoo! The boy cold. The boy cold. You gotta give it to him, man. Thank God, God made a Rozay. Somebody had to do it. A Black man is doing this!”

Diddy and Ross also ride around the estate drinking champagne in a tricked out stretch golf cart and the “All About The Benjamins” rapper then tells Rozay, “I feel like I’m at Universal Studios! Yo! Drive me around, man. I could get used to this.”

Diddy then jokingly reveals that he’s buying the Rich Forever hitmaker giraffes and horses from here on out for gifts. In the clip, Ross then salutes Diddy for giving him some of that drive to chase his dreams even higher.

“When it comes to that, it’s certain levels of motivation that can only come from certain individuals,” proclaimed Ross. “He’s the originator. A lot of money. He could take twenty motherf—–s lives and divide them and they’d all be successful… They gone say that’s Illuminati. Them n—–s got too much money. But guess what, it felt good when a n—-a said you so successful they can’t believe it, he’s gotta be in the Illuminati. Nah n—a. God is great and that hard work. Them 20-hour shifts. You can’t overlook them.”

Ray J is also in the clip visiting the mansion as well as a few others who accompanied Diddy. Check out the two bosses on the next page living it up in a clip uploaded by All Urban Central. 

About Antoinette G. Tucker

Check Also

See Tasmania on this spectacular virtual tour

Photo courtesy of Tourism Australia & Graham Freeman Welcome to Tasmania Tasmania, Australia’s spectacular island state, has long been overlooked by international travelers. Those in the know come here for the empty white sand beaches, world class hiking, a superb farm-to-table food scene and a calendar filled with travel-worthy festivals. Explore it on this virtual …