Just two months after Donald Trump pardoned Lil Wayne, the rapper shelled out $15.4 million for a newly built Los Angeles estate.
Located next door to Kylie Jenner in Hidden Hills, the luxury abode was constructed in 2019 and is made up of seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Wayne, born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., closed the sale on March 17.
The move comes after Wayne, 38, was granted clemency in his December 2020 case after he pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge brought against him by the US Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.
He was arrested the previous year after transporting a loaded handgun on his private jet from California.
Spanning over 12,100 square feet and situated on 3 acres of land, the property consists of the main house and a guesthouse.
Wayne’s new neighborhood in the upscale, guard-gated San Fernando Valley enclave is home to the likes of Drake, Lori Loughlin, Jessica Simpson, John Stamos and other members of the Kardashian clan.
Features of the home include a sun-drenched open floor plan with a two-story entry, a chef’s kitchen with two large islands, professional-quality stainless steel appliances and an expansive breakfast room. They all open to the family/great room with sliding walls of glass, plus free-flowing living and dining rooms, according to the listing.
The primary suite offers panoramic nature views and boasts a large retreat, two large closets and an all-stone bath with a steam shower.
Amenities include a glass-encased, refrigerated wine display and piano area, an entertainment lounge with a wet bar and an outdoor serving window leading to the home theater with a starry light ceiling.
The two had previously spent most of quarantine in a rented Hollywood Hills mansion.
In a song titled “Dreams” from his latest 2020 album, “Funeral,” Wayne rapped: “I had a dream/I was a fool/No mansion or no pool/I woke up and I screamed/Thank God it was just a dream.”
Don’t worry, Wayne — you got your mansion and it clearly was just a dream.