Miami, FL – Sauce Walka just copped a beautiful home in Miami and now he’s showing off the fruits of his labor.
In a series of posts on Wednesday (July 22), the Houston native gave a full tour of the Miami mansion he admitted to copping a full month ago and revealed the $11 million price tag in his caption. Features at the sprawling home include an infinity pool and hot tub, winding staircases, a kitchen that “look like a restaurant,” a tiki hut and more.
Walka also has big ideas for his personal renovations, announcing plans to paint the entire interior and exterior with characters from Dragon Ball-Z, Marvel, D.C. and more, as well as logos from his imprint, The Sauce Factory. That’s sure to be a conversation piece with the neighbors.
Gaining fame as one half of rap duo The Sauce Twinz, Walka has also had a successful career. In December, he released his Sauce Ghetto Gospel 2 tape with features from Mozzy, fellow Houston native Travis Scott and more. More recently in April, The Sauce Twinz dropped their Lost In The Sauce project, with appearanecs by Sada Baby, YFN Lucci, Trippie Redd and Paul Wall, among others.
Walka last made headlines amid a back-and-forth with Young Thug in May after the pair revisited their 2018 beef. Their original issues stem from Walka’s issue with other rappers’ use of the word “slime” – and as Thug’s a known “slime” enthusiast, he took offense to Walka’s complaint.
Amid their May spat, Thug headed to Walka’s Houston hometown and posted up to taunt the “Ghetto Gospel” rapper. The beef has been relatively quiet since, but clearly Walka’s since been occupied a few states over.