Atlanta-based rap artist Jermaine Dupri recently lost his mansion to foreclosure for failing to pay over $2 million worth of mortgage, an article by WSB-TV 2 stated on December 11.
The 42-year-old rapper and producer reportedly had unpaid monthly payments that totaled $2.5 million on his 9,441 square-foot mansion in Fulton County. A legal notice stated that the mansion, which has a property value of over $3 million, will be sold to settle Dupri’s debt and to pay other fees involved in the foreclosure procedure. Dupri reportedly worked hard to prevent his mansion from being foreclosed. The mansion where the rapper lived for nearly a decade has 19 rooms and nine bathrooms, property documents revealed.
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