Jeezy Details His Journey Into The Real-Estate Business
Rapper Jeezy has revealed what he treats himself to each year on his birthday in a new interview.
Speaking on the 'Million Dollaz Worth of Game' podacast, the Atlanta native revealed that he is no longer interested in purchasing extravagant jewelry or cars when spending his hard earned cash.
Instead, the hip hop star said that he now invests in property, not material goods, on every one of his birthdays.
“Every big check I ever got, I bought property,' the star stated, 'Every time I had a birthday, I buy property,”
“I don’t buy chains, watches, cars, none of that; I buy property,” Jeezy explained.
With this habit, the Georgia rapper said he owns 'half of Atlanta.'
In the podcast he details his foray into the real-estate world and shouts out his friend and business associate, Solo, for putting him on to the business.
“We went and bought all this land and buildings in the beginning. I kinda fell back from it because I was touring. I got back and he was like, ‘Come sit down and talk to me,'” Jeezy explained.
“He broke out the business and was like, ‘You know this building you bought for such-and-such is worth this now. And this land you bought for this is worth this now,’ the rapper portrayed.
I’m looking and I’m like, ‘Damn! We didn’t do anything.’ He was like, ‘That’s what I’m trying to tell you, that’s what real estate is.’ From that day forward, I was stuck.”
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Though Jeezy has been hugely succesful in the rap game, the Atlanta spitter revealed that business, not music, has always been his true calling in life.
The Snowman now claims that he wants to share what he has learned so that others may be successful in the real estate business.
'I’m like, ‘Why we flipping bricks when we can be doing this shit? It’s easy!'” he exclaimed.
Jeezy, who recently released new music, explained that he has put on friends of his to the business.
'I gave them all the game, all the connects, all the people because they’re getting real money and they’re doing real things. And they’re gonna turn their artists on and people they know.”
“For me, it’s like, ‘I can’t buy all the property so let’s do it together!'”
Jeezy's latest project, 'Snofall,' was released last week alongside DJ Drama.
The Gangsta Grillz mixtape has received rave reviews upon dropping and features artits such as Lil Durk and EST Gee.