beyonce And jay zee He may have recently bought his Malibu dream home, but Twitter Isn’t that all affected.
earlier this weekCrazy in Love The associates dropped a whopping $200 million on a 30,000-square-foot Malibu mansion on the beach — the most expensive home ever purchased in the state of California through real estate sources and second overall in the United States. tmz, Oh yeah, and they paid all in cash!
Impressive, isn’t it? Well, social media users don’t quite sell as new homeowners.
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For reference, here are some pictures of the place:
Beyonce and Jay-Z have bought California’s most expensive home, a $200 million Malibu mansion. For more photos and information: pic.twitter.com/oYnsudjZi9
– Dirt (@DirtDotCom) May 22, 2023
A fan shared the Bird app to share how she felt about the tradition of celebs buying astronomically high-priced properties, in large part built with “concrete” — and they’ll never feel like home again. not visible:
“It never fails to amaze me how celebrities can afford such ugly $200M homes that look like a construction site”
Added one more:
“looks like a warehouse in an industrial park”
Ouch. This probably wasn’t the reaction fans Queen Bey and Hova were expecting or hoping for!
“They actually spent $200 mil for the prison walls,” another Twitter user compared the property to a “prison,” tweeting, while someone else jumped on the sentiment and gleefully added in:
“They could have just bought a gel because it looks the same. Saved money too!”
One budget-minded fan shared that they “could build this minecraft It only cost me $20 and 37 minutes of my time,” while another joked that they couldn’t get over how “sterile” the house looked:
“Wouldn’t someone catch a cold in that house because it’s sterile!”
someone even compared the huge mansion to a costco,
“All the Charm of an Empty Costco Distribution Center”
Well, we have to admit, that was kind of fun! drunk in love The cast will definitely have the last laugh, though, as they sit in their fort looking out over the vast Pacific Ocean.
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It all reminds us of a time when fans used to roast Kim KardashianCribs for appearing “utterly lifeless, clinical and depressing”, similarly joking that “the penitentiaries at his Calabasas estate are cozier”. What is it with celebs and cold, concrete design?
Bey and Jay’s new digs were previously owned by an art collector William Belland was designed by the famous Japanese architect Tadao Endo, all we know blue Ivy, RumiAnd Sir The kids on the block will definitely be hosting the party! Correct??
What are your thoughts on The Mansion, Peregius readers? Do you love it or hate it? Or are you somewhere in between? Tell us in the comments below!
(Images via MEGA/WENN)