Just about a week after receiving 100 acres of Georgia land from his manager as a birthday gift, Young Thug has revealed plans for what he calls Slime City.
The Atlanta rapper, whose real name is Jeffery Lamar Williams, will develop housing, a waterpark and a space for his annual music festival. In fact, he’s currently in talks with multiple architects and engineers to get the mini-metropolis started, according to TMZ.
The 30-year-old will need city approval, but development of the new homes, an off-road trail for dirt bikes and ATVs, a camping site, as well as a waterpark will begin as soon as they receive the green light. The property will also host the rapper’s annual music festival, Slime Fest.
The exact location for Slime City hasn’t been revealed, but fans assume the land is in rural Atlanta, featuring a muddy lake and wooded hills.
Despite the grandiosity of his real estate plans, Young Thug isn’t slowing down with his music. In addition to his next album, “Punk,” due out Oct. 15, recent announcements confirm that he will be featured on Drake and Elton John’s upcoming projects, “Certified Lover Boy” and “The Lockdown Sections,” respectively.