Kanye West apparently really loves Wyoming, so much so that he just bought a massive property worth $14 million, TMZ reports. Located in the city of Cody, which is known as the rodeo capital of the world, the property is called Monster Lake Ranch.

Monster Lake Ranch is equipped with eight lodging units, two freshwater lakes, a restaurant, event center, and meeting facilities, in addition to horse barns and corrals. TMZ points out that the ranch is recognized for its monster trout fishing.

The Monster Lake Ranch property consists of more than 9,000 acres, 4,500 of which Kanye now owns, and the rest is leased from the federal government. While the space is worth $14 million, it's being reported that West did not pay full price.

TMZ adds that Kanye is currently in Wyoming finishing up his new album, Jesus Is King, similar to when he worked on Ye. For more on West's new acquisition, follow here.

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