Polo G continues to thrive.
On Friday (Sept. 10), the Chicago rapper jumped onto Instagram to announce that he copped his grandmother a house. In the post, which includes footage of the crib’s interior, Polo reflects on the accomplishment.
“I finally just closed on buyin my granny a house when I was a lil boy I used to tell ha I was gone get rich & make it happen when I grow up,” Polo writes in the caption. “I used to think I was gone do it from hoopin or sum😭Who woulda thought bad ass Lil man man was gone b a rapper lol….this shit hit different tho 🖤*****& I had to fix Ha Lil mispellin fa the trolls She don’t b texting on her phone like that.”
Polo’s grandmother isn’t the first family member he’s copped a crib for. Back in February, he bought his mother, Stacia Mac a house. In an Instagram post, she made it clear that she was grateful.
“As my son @polo.capalot embarked on his career, as a professional recording artist, he promised he’d Create a life for our family free of struggle and/or lack,” Mac wrote in the caption for the post, which includes images of her in the home. “I decided to relocate to ATL in September 2020. Today my son purchased my dream home! I showed him the home and he didn’t flinch. His response was ‘what you need?’ To say I’m appreciative is an understatement. Thank you son! Thank you for being a man of your word. Thank you for giving me things, that at times, I was unable to provide you or myself. I love you and I’m eternally grateful.”
With all the success he’s enjoyed over the last year, Polo’s ability to buy these homes isn’t much of a surprise. Over the summer, his single “Rap Star” peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Meanwhile his latest album, Hall of Fame, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. See the inside of the crib Polo bought his grandmother for yourself just below.
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