- The Weeknd has bought himself a mansion in Bel-Air, Los Angeles worth $70 million (over N28 billion)
- The superstar's new luxurious house overlooks the Bel-Air Country Club and has a whopping nine bedrooms
- The Blinding Lights hitmaker's fans have congratulated their fave for buying the home that he "deserves"
World-renowned musician The Weeknd has forked out a whopping $70 million (over N28 billion) on a new mansion. The superstar bought the house in Bel-Air, Los Angeles.
The Canadian-born singer is doing well in terms of dropping chart-topping songs and has been performing in some of the biggest shows amid the pandemic. The musician decided to spend some of the money he's been making over the last few years.
Complex reports that the recently renovated mansion sits on 1.6 acres and has nine bedrooms. It also overlooks the posh Bel-Air Country Club. It also has a movie theatre, gym and a recording studio, among other features.
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The Blinding Lights hitmaker's fans shared their thoughts on their fave buying the LA mansion. Check out some of their comments below:
"I don’t even have $70 bruh."
"Hope there aren't too many blinding lights."
"It's what he deserves."
"He must be loaded with money. It's all deserved though so fair play."
"Beautiful! Just like he is and no artist deserves it more. The nicest guy, I love Abel!"
Rambo star Sylvester Stallone to sell LA mansion for over N35 billion
American movies star Sylvester Stallone, who became a household name courtesy of his acting in the Rambo films, is selling his mansion in Los Angeles.
TMZ reported that the 75-year-old actor relisted the mansion months after he first put it up for sale.
The eight-bedroom house in Beverly Hills costs a pretty penny, as Stallone listed it for over $85 million (N35 billion).
Stallone has owned the exquisite mansion since the 1990s and initially put it up for sale in February for $110m.
According to TMZ, the initial price tag scared away potential buyers, prompting the movie star to remove it from the market.