Drake Finally Sells His Iconic YOLO State California Mansion

Drake’s YOLO Estate home has finally been sold.

Looks like Drake finally sold his award-winning YOLO State estate. According to TMZ, the main residence in the massive California complex has finally been sold after the rapper put the entire property up for sale. Although the asking price was $14.8 million, Drizzy was able to negotiate the space for $12 million.

The YOLO estate was actually made up of three houses in the Hidden Hills area. Drizzy initially took over the main residence before renting out neighboring houses. He put the entire complex up for sale in March before catching interest from big-name celebrities such as Britney Spears and even Caitlyn Jenner. Finally, Matthew Staffordthe Rams’ quarterback, spent $11 million at the two smaller houses.

Drake cover
photo: reproduction

The main residence is 12,500 square meters with plenty of room for accommodation. There is a recording studio in the house, along with a wine cellar, living room and a theater with over 25 seats. The backyard includes a spa grotto, swim-up bar and a very large waterslide. There is also a basketball court, volleyball, tennis, equestrian track and a stable (where cattle are kept).

News that the rapper was selling the property came after an alleged stalker managed to enter his property several times. Drake finally received a restraining order against her, but it doesn’t seem too surprising because he would like to change locations. Drake built his massive mansion in his hometown of Toronto, where he now lives.

In related news, Drake debuted at the top of Billboard with new album ‘Honestly, Nervermind’. With great strength in streaming, which was responsible for 94% of the project’s activity, the Canadian’s new album debuted at number one with a total of 204,000 equivalent units sold. Drizzy’s 14-track release sold 210,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.

Although the sixth studio album by DrakeCertified Lover Boy (CLB), claimed the dominant number one spot on the Billboard 200 Albums last September, selling an estimated total of 613,000 album-equivalent units, the numbers associated with his latest release are almost as impressive.

Source link

About Banner Leon

Videogames entered his life in the late '80s, at the time of the first meeting with Super Mario Bros, and even today they make it a permanent part, after almost 30 years. Pros and defects: he manages to finish Super Mario Bros in less than 5 minutes but he has never finished Final Fight with a credit ... he's still trying.

Check Also

LIFETIME – Highlights from August 15th to 21st

DisclosureCheck out the highlights of LIFETIME’s schedule from August 15th to 21st. This week, the …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.