Ross is said to be opening a wildlife zoo on the property that will save millions off his property taxes. He will have domestic and exotic animals. He already has four horses, two African lions, a cow, a bull, and two bison.
While he does have a huge car collection, jewelry galore, and expensive property, Ross cuts other corners.
“I don’t have a big jet. I try my best to fly Delta. I love swap meets and antique stores. I love finding beautiful things that cost $8 or $20,” he said.
When Forbes asked Ross what advice he pass down to investors, Ross answered, “The best advice I can give you is to invest in yourself. Whether that is time or energy, invest in yourself. When I’m sitting with young artists, I always tell them to spend their energy wisely. Your energy is more valuable than your money. So spend your energy wisely and make sure that whatever it is that you’re doing, do whatever you’re best at and master that. Whenever you do that, the work becomes easy.”
Photo: Rick Ross arrives at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)/ An 85-foot infinity swimming pool at a $250M mansion in the Bel-Air, Los Angeles. Jan. 26, 2017 (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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