Lil Wayne Slashes The Price Of His Miami Mansion From $14 Million To $12 Million
Lil Wayne has had a bit of trouble with the police coming to his home recently and according to Realtor, it has him ready to pack this stuff and get the hell outta Dodge ASAP.
A shark lagoon, a rooftop skate park, a movie theater, and a three-bedroom guesthouse with a professional recording studio are among the fantastic features of the Miami mansion of hip-hop star Lil Wayne.
But the prolific rapper is serious about selling the place and leaving South Florida in his rear-view mirror. In July he chopped the price by $2 million, to $12 million. The home originally hit the market for $18 million in April 2015.
“It’s now one of the best deals on La Gorce Island, which is among the premier islands off Miami Beach,” says listing agent Ty Forkner of the 15,101-square-foot home. The average price for homes on the island is $965 per square foot, he notes, and this mansion is currently listed for $795 per square foot. Lil Wayne bought the secluded and gated property in 2011 for $11.6 million after having rented it for a year.
LOL @ $12 million being a “deal”.
TMZ reports a number of “swatting” incidents (where someone calls 911 to report an emergency that requires police intervention and SWAT team assistance) played a part in the rapper’s escalated desire to sell.
Flip the page to see how Weezy F. Baby is livin’ in the 305.
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