Rick Ross, proud of his luxurious lifestyle, is now auctioning off opulent items from his estate to benefit those less fortunate.

Rick Ross will host his first two-day auction, “Push It to the Limit: Luxury and Lifestyle,” featuring 800 items and presented by Julien’s Auctions, live on June 25-26.

“I looked around one day and marveled at how blessed I am. I wanted to figure out how to be a blessing to others and share some of the dopest, rarest luxuries with the world that I’ve collected over the course of my career,” Ross stated in a statement before stating that Pharrell Williams’ auction inspired him to launch his own. “Inspired by my brother Pharrell, I thought of an auction with the proceeds to help the next generation of bosses. It was the most player and sustainable way to not only touch my fans but also pour into a community that has poured into me.”

“Even the most motivated people have to feel empowered to chase and pursue those big ideas, and through this charitable effort with The Creative Collective, the aim is to provide entrepreneurs and young hustlers with the push they need to become legendary,” added Ross.

The auction showcases over 300 rare sneakers, with a particular focus on more than 150 pairs of Air Jordans and includes memorabilia associated with Michael Jackson. Notable items among the Michael Jackson memorabilia include a sealed ONE by Cirque du Soleil light-up glove, a sealed Bad 25th anniversary vinyl and a grand piano from 1866 themed around the Thriller album by William Knabe & Co.

The fashion items and menswear selections feature designs from renowned brands like Gucci, Stefano Ricci, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace, many of which were worn by Ross himself during television appearances and music videos. The sneaker collection comprises collaborations with Virgil Abloh, Nike Air Max 90s, as well as Air Jordans, including the Retro University of Michigan PE and 5 Retro Fab Five models.

Stay tuned.