Rap Mogul Buys South Florida’s Largest House!

Rap mogul Slim Williams' new crib in Weston, Florida

Rap mogul Ronald “Slim” Williams plunked down $7.15 million cash for this 30,300-square-foot home in Weston (Click on the photo for the grand tour)

The secrecy surrounding the sale of what is believed to be South Florida’s largest single-family house this summer has been as extreme as Nicki Minaj lyrics.

Every real estate agent involved was ordered to sign a 14-page confidentiality agreement.

Cash Money co-founder Ronald "Slim" Williams

Slim Williams, co-founder of Cash Money Records (Click on the photo for the grand tour of his new Weston home)

Most involved in the deal, except a couple lawyers, weren’t allowed to sit at the table during the signature of the final paperwork.

And the seller, Mattress Giant co-founder Richard Nilsen, was made to wait in the hallway because the buyer didn’t want to be seen.

Officially, a company called S Vision LLC bought the 30,300-square-foot, 9-bedroom, 12-bathroom behemoth in Weston’s triple-gated community of Windmill Ranch.

But several real estate sources tell me rap/hip-hop mogul Ronald “Slim” Williams, the co-founder with his brother Bryan “Birdman” Williams of the Cash Money Records, is behind the mysterious corporation.

Click here for the grand tour of Slim’s new crib, plus the homes of dozens of South Florida celebs

Cash Money, by the way, is home to some of today’s hottest hip-hop acts, including Minaj, Lil Wayne and Drake, among others.

So, it’s understandable that Slim, who’s nicknamed The Godfather, has plenty cash money. Broward County records show he didn’t even have to get a mortgage for the $7.15 million-purchase, at the edge of the Everglades just west of Fort Lauderdale.

According to realtors’ description of the joint, next door to Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino’s old house, the property boasts nearly four acres of land.

It’s got an indoor pool, and an outdoor grotto-style swimming hole with a beach.

There’s an indoor tennis court, a wine room, a full-fledged movie theater, and much more.

Someone who was at the house earlier this year when Slim made one of several visits told me the music mogul was particularly enthused with the 6,000-square-foot (yep, you read right!) multi-purpose room.

Needless to say, no one’s talking. Previous owner Nilsen signed an agreement in which he swore to keep his mouth shut – or get sued for millions!

Slim’s publicist didn’t respond to a request for comment.

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  1. Bliss Bird says

    So what client /customer group funds the ultimate purchasers of Cash Money Records products? I thought there had been Welfare Reform.

  2. dr murphy says

    This is great news,manny latins and whites still look down on blacks in south florida.this proves blacks have money.hmm all those latins and whites in miami and they coundnt buy that house,funny they act like they got that kind of money.especially the ones in miami beach who dont want blacks there.

  3. karma says

    lol@all the racist sterotypical comments…you mad aren’t you? lol I swear some people would have heart attacks and dropped dead if over 70% of ethnic people were able to buy homes such as