As of Thursday, Mark Cuban is officially the owner of the town of Mustang, Texas. However, in a move straight out of the hit TV show "Schitt’s Creek," he isn't sure what to do with his purchase.

According to the Dallas Morning News, Cuban said “I don’t know what, if anything, I will do with it.”

Mustang, which is the smallest town in Texas at only 77 acres or 0.1 square miles, currently has a population of 0 as of 2019. Previous Census reports gave the town a population of 21 as of 2010 and 47 in 2000. 

It's unclear what the Dallas Mavericks owner who has a net worth of $4.3 billion and is ranked at #247 on Forbes' 400 list, paid for Mustang, though the town, which is located south of Dallas, initially went on sale in 2017 for an asking price of $4 million, before the price decreased to $2 million. 

The Texas town’s history is turbulent, fraught with legal complications related to those who tried to purchase it previously and the town’s founders, as well as a turbulent series of elections that left the town in limbo.

Originally, the town served as a place where people were able to escape prohibition in Navarro County before it became the more desolate location it is today.