$MAC found this on reddit
They recognized $28.9M in retroactive abatement to 2020. Add this to the $190M reported and you're right in that $215M cash revenue for the quarter. This would have also brought FFO right to around $0.65 for the quarter as well. Recognizing a non-cash abatement from 2020 in 2021 is fine. They want to remain a REIT so reducing net income is the name of the game. It allows them to stockpile more cash. At the end of the quarter they had just under $1.1B. I like what I'm seeing!