Young Thug has big plans for the 100 acres of land he recently received from his manager. TMZ spoke to Trey Williams, the Atlanta realtor who sold Thugger’s manager, Geoff Ogunlesi, the plot and apparently the Slime Language 2 rapper wants to turn the area into a “Slime City.”
Thugger wants to develop nice homes, a water park, and a trail to ride dirt bikes and ATVs on the property. He’s even considering turning part of the land into camping grounds. The site will also be the new home for Thug’s annual “Slime Fest,” according to the realtor.
The Rich Gang rapper isn’t wasting much time. Williams told the outlet Thug has already spoken with architects and engineers about his ideas. Upon approval from the city, Williams said, construction on the property will commence.
Williams, who is a celebrity realtor, initially took to Instagram to break the news about Thug’s massive birthday gift. “Happy Birthday to one of my top clients @thuggerthugger1. 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,” he wrote.
In addition to the 100 acres, Thugger received a variety of expensive gifts from his friends. Drake bought him a special edition Richard Mille watch, 21 Savage gave Thug a Bottega Veneta piece, while Metro Boomin bought him a chain. Baby gave him a diamond-embezzled Birdman chain, Travis Scott copped his friend a watch and Gunna purchased a pink Bentley for him.
Thug revealed in his recent Rolling Stone cover story that he wants “to be the richest Black man in the world.” Hopefully, his real estate investments will help him get there. In between planning Slime City, Thugger has been prepping his second studio album Punk. The project is slated to be released on Oct. 15. “Tick Tock” is the album’s first single. And Punk will be Thug’s first solo album since he released So Much Fun in 2019.
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