Rick Ross love the kids. The rapper recently purchased Evander Holyfield's humongous 45,000 square foot mansion and wants to share the wealth. According to MTV, the rapper is opening the doors to the 235-acre Atlanta estate to underprivileged kids.
The rapper's rep told MTV that he wants kids to experience the finer things like the mansion's Olympic-sized swimming pool, baseball field and horse stable as a way to bring a positive impact on their lives.
With 109 rooms, a dining room that sits 100 guests and a pool that holds 350,000 gallons of water, there's no shortage of good times for the kids at Ross' crib.