In an interview with Forbes magazine, posted on Monday, June 14, Rozay reveals he cuts his own sod at his 54,000 square foot estate in Fayetteville, Ga., which was once owned by legendary boxer Evander Holyfield.
“When I bought the Fayetteville estate, the locals saw me walk out of a restaurant and scream, ‘You know, Holyfield spent $ 1 million a year cutting the grass,’” says Ross. “So I decided I was going to mow my own grass. And that’s what I did. I went to John Deere and asked to see the biggest tractor, the most efficient tractor. to keep the cut, and they pointed me to the correct tractor. I bought it on the spot. I bought the extended rear attachment which would cut even wider. “
“Once I got it home, I filled it with gasoline,” he continued. “I might have sat in one spot for two hours before it all worked, but once I started I didn’t stop. I cut the grass for about five hours.”
the Honcho from the music group Maybach adds that mowing the lawn helps her think about her life.
“I sit there and roll my weed, and, man, I look at the property and I can appreciate my struggles and triumphs, these tough days,” he says. “It’s the smallest thing, but it makes me smile. So, you know, for anyone who doesn’t cut their own grass, I would say take the time every two or three months to cut their grass because it’s such a great and peaceful feeling. ”
Some of Ross’s other cost-cutting tips include commercial flights (Delta, in particular) and buying rare finds at exchange stores and antique stores. “I like to find nice things that cost $ 8 or $ 20,” he says.
Ross always adds more homes to his portfolio. Back in March, The nursery rhyme “The boss” bought the estate of former NBA star Amaré Stoudemire in the Southwest Ranches area of Florida for a $ 3.5 million in cash. Now it’s work.
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