Cash Money Records CoFounder Ronald "Slim" Williams Pays For $7.15 Million Home – In Cash

(AllHipHop News) Cash Money Records cofounder Bryan “Baby” Williams is well-known for flaunting his wealth, but his older brother Ronald “Slim” Williams, the other founder of Cash Money, is much more low-key.

But that may be changing, as Ronald Williams recently purchased South Florida’s largest single–family house.

According to the Miami Herald, Slim purchased a 30,000 square-foot, 9 bedroom, 12–bathroom house, in South Florida’s triple gated community of Windmill Ranch.

A variety of rules were put in place to maintain the secrecy around the purchase of Slim’s new home, which was previously owned by Richard Nilson, the cofounder of Mattress Giant.

The house, which cost  $7.15 million, was purchased through a company called S Vision LLC.

It comes with amenities like an indoor tennis court, a wine room, a movie theater, a 6,000 square-foot multipurpose room and almost four acres of land.

And true to his record label’s name, Slim does not have a mortgage on the property– he paid for it in cash money.

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