Earlier this month, Young Thug fans were given a shock when the Atlanta rapper was jailed after he failed a drug test. Thugger was out on bond for felony drug and gun charges stemming from a September 2017 arrest, but his bond was revoked when he failed the aforementioned test. Thankfully, he secured his release from jail on Nov. 14, and now it seems as though he's looking for a new home following his release.

As the Blast reports, Thug has put his Atlanta mansion up for sale, putting it on the market for $2.99 million. The home features seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a theater room, four-car garage, indoor pool, and full bar. He bought the 11,000 sq. ft. home for $2.75 million back in 2016, and it would appear as though he's looking to sell due to a lawsuit from last year. Heritage Select Homes claimed Young Thug didn't make a $2.2 million payment on the home that was due in March 2017, prompting them to sue. Reportedly the original price of the mansion was $2.475 million, but it ballooned when Thug made some smaller payments before the biggest one came due. 

Thug counter-sued the real estate company, claiming they knew the home had a number of flaws that they failed to disclose, including foundation damage and roof problems leading to leaks and mold in the basement. Thug claims that Heritage conspired with a real estate agent to facilitate a fake inspection, failing to reveal issues with the expensive mansion.

The case is still ongoing, but currently has no court date, with Thugger wanting the lawsuit and alleged payment he owes dismissed.