Rick Ross offered up his mansion in Fayetteville, Ga., as an Airbnb rental for Super Bowl Sunday, and he priced it at $1 million for a one-day stay.
The offer comes at a time when the Miami rapper has reportedly been hit with a $1.5 million tax lien from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which sparks the question if Rozay is renting out the property as just a side hustle or if he really needs the money.
A video with the rapper making the offer surfaced on Saturday, Feb. 2, when he said he might pay a visit to the person who would stay there.
“Getting a lot of calls for places to stay. $1 million Airbnb. The promise land estates, one day, Super Bowl Sunday,” he said. “All amenities included. I might even throw in a walk through from The Boss.”
According to reports, the former prison guard failed to pay $254,341.70 in 2014 and $1,294.059.88 in 2016, equaling the $1.5 million so the lien was filed last month.
The news of this recent tax lien comes after the “Rich Forever” rapper just paid off a $4 million tax debt in October of 2018. Hot 97 reports that Ross failed to pay $4,617,370.86 in 2012 and was hit with the lien in 2016.
As far as the Airbnb offer, no word yet if there were any takers, but a lot of folks thought it was ridiculous.
“Hell nah, for 1 million dollars I can invest in my own rap career and be a bigger star,” someone wrote.
Rozay’s Georgia mansion was once owned by boxing great Evander Holyfield, and the rapper purchased it in 2014. You can see his Airbnb offer below.
— Von (@djvontv) February 2, 2019