Rick Ross is building a brand new fish tank worth $1 million inside his mansion, and he wants his fans to bask in the glory with a sneak peek at its construction.
The Biggest Bawse took to his Instagram Story this week to showcase the new addition to his home, which happens to be a cylindrical fish tank apparently worth seven figures. In the clip, the room is covered in brown flooring paper with the fish tank stationed in the middle.
Rozay gives his viewers a mini-tour before asking if they’ve ever seen an aquarium quite like it. If they haven’t, the MMG rapper assured them they would get the opportunity very soon.
“Yo, have you ever seen a million-dollar fish tank?” he asked his followers. “You will in a few weeks.”
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Rick Ross is no stranger to lavish purchases. Last month, he upgraded his brunch area with a custom table made from a 757 airplane engine.
“I just had my table delivered, been waiting on this a long time,” Rozay said in a clip shared online. “This is my amazing brunch area, but guess what we did? I bought a motor from a 757 airliner. That’s right, an airplane! A 757 airliner.
“Had the blades polished, had the lights inserted. I can change the lights any color I want to. Had the table top – the top glass – cut. This is a Ricky Rozay customization.”
His spending habits aren’t just limited to his home, though. In October, Ross purchased a $1.5 million Mystery Tourbillion watch from Jacob & Co. that was so valuable it had to be delivered in an armored vehicle.
In a video posted to his Instagram Stories, the rap mogul filmed the armored vehicle driving through the front gates of his sprawling Promise Land estate, with a security guard leading the way. He showcased the watch itself, noting how “beautiful” and “flawless” it was.
On the music side, Rick Ross’ last album arrived over a year ago with Richer Than I Ever Been, which dropped in December 2021. Despite assists from Future, 21 Savage, Benny The Butcher and others, the project marked the lowest-charting effort of his career, maxing out at No. 22 on the Billboard 200.
While 2022 was a quiet one for the Biggest Bawse, he still earned three nominations at the 2023 Grammy Awards thanks to his appearance on DJ Khaled’s “God Did” alongside JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, John Legend and Fridayy. The star-studded collaboration is up for Song of the Year, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.