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Rick Ross Offered to Rent Out His Mansion for $1 Million Following Reported Tax Lien

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.

Rick Ross’ last album was 2017’s “Rather You Than Me,” and he’s currently signed to Epic Records. He also runs his own label Maybach Music Group, and its roster includes Meek Mill and Wale.

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.

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