Trey Williams, the Atlanta realtor who sold Thugger’s manager, Geoff Ogunlesi, the plot, spoke with TMZ and revealed the 30-year-old rapper has already connected with architects and engineers about his ideas.
Upon approval from the city, Thug plans on building new homes, a waterpark, a camping site, and a trail to ride dirt bikes and ATVs on the undeveloped land. He also wants to hold an annual music festival, “Slime Fest,” on the premises. Although it’s unclear where Slime City is exactly, WSB-TV reports the property is located somewhere in the rural Atlanta area, and features a muddy lake and wooded hills.
Earlier this month, Trey Williams took to Instagram to break the news about Thugger’s 30th birthday present.
“Happy Birthday to one of my top clients @thuggerthugger1,” Williams captioned a video of Thug checking out the land. “His manager @geoffo212 and I secretly locked down 100 Acres of land for his birthday and now he’s about to build Slime City! This is hands down one of the best ways to invest your money!Thank you @geoffo212 for trusting me to get this deal done”
A voice on the video can be heard saying, “100 acres of land you can build your own subdivision. This is how you invest your money!”
Slime City isn’t the Thug’s first high-profile deal in Atlanta real estate. Back in 2018, the YSL rapper made headlines for selling his lavish, 11,000 sq. ft. Buckhead mansion. After buying the seven bedroom-home for $2.75 million in 2016, Thugger listed the property for $2.99 million, ultimately selling it for $1.9 million in 2019.