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Lil Wayne drops $15.4M on Hidden Hills mansion just around the corner from Kylie Jenner


Lil Wayne drops $15.4M on Hidden Hills mansion just around the corner from Kylie Jenner

Lil Wayne splashed out $15.4M on a new Hidden Hills mansion and in the process gained some very famous neighbors. 

The rapper’s 12,135 sq ft home is around the corner from Kylie Jenner and the rest of her Kardashian crew and boasts 7 beds and 7.5 baths, TMZ reports. 

The custom farm house estate sits on just over three acres and has all the features one would imagine, including a chef’s kitchen, a basketball court and a pool with an adjacent grotto. 

New digs: Lil Wayne splashes out $15.4M for a custom Hidden Hills estate around the corner from Kylie Jenner; pictured 2021

The interior of the home is newly renovated and has an open floor plan with lots of natural light. 

Other interior features include a refrigerated wine display, a home theatre and more than one seating room for entertaining. 

Outside there are multiple patios by the luxurious pool and a one-bedroom guest house. 

The place was originally listed for $15.75M, so the Lollipop singer got it for lower than asking price. 

Custom estate: The 12,135 sq ft home boasts 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms

Custom estate: The 12,135 sq ft home boasts 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms

Famous neighbors: The rappers crib is just around the corner from Kylie Jenner's mansion

Famous neighbors: The rappers crib is just around the corner from Kylie Jenner’s mansion

In December the 38-year-old rapper pleaded guilty to federal gun charges after he carried a gold-plated firearm and ammunition on a private jet in Miami. 

A search also rendered possession of marijuana but he was not charged with a drug offense. 

He had a  previous felony on his record from a weapons possession over a decade ago and spent eight months in jail, and as a convicted felons he is barred from owning firearms. 

On President Trump’s last day in office he pardoned the rapper along with Kodak Black and others. 

Pardoned: The rapper was one of many pardoned on Trump's last day in office, preventing him from serving time after pleading guilty to possession of a weapon on a private jet in 2019; pictured October 2020

Pardoned: The rapper was one of many pardoned on Trump’s last day in office, preventing him from serving time after pleading guilty to possession of a weapon on a private jet in 2019; pictured October 2020

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