Rapper Lil Wayne Sails Away From Miami Mansion for $10M
Lil Wayne may have had enough Miami vice.
The musician (real name: Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.) is offloading his Miami Beach mansion to a new owner for a cool $10 million dollars. The waterfront home sits on a tiny, exclusive island just minutes away from world-famous South Beach.
Wayne’s estate features sleek, modern architecture, expansive windows, and a private boat dock. Dual balconies provide views of Biscayne Bay, while the roof boasts a custom-built skate park.
But the real mic drop may be an indoor shark pool.
Yes, that’s right. An indoor shark pool:
There’s no word on whether the 6-bedroom main house comes with sharks included, but a 3-bedroom guesthouse boasts a private recording studio.
There’s an outdoor infinity pool to cool off in during those hot South Florida summers, and 15,000 square feet of interior living space.
Photos courtesy of Spectrum Real Estate.
In related news, sharks appear to be having a pop culture moment this summer, with a “floating screening” of “JAWS” in Texas (viewers sit in innertubes while watching the movie), while “Sharknado 5” has a planned release in August.
Ty Forkner of Sotheby’s International Realty carried the listing.
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