Bad Bunny’s got some new digs. According to Dirt, the “Tití Me Preguntó” icon and upcoming Hollywood star recently purchased a mansion in Los Angeles for $8.8 million, although his primary residence is still in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Flip through the photos above, and the half-acre property looks like a contemporary fortress with a great view of Hollywood from above. The mansion was built in 2005 and was last sold in 2015 for $8.2 million.
According to Dirt, the individual who sold the house was Ali Jassim. He is a business associate of Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a multi-billionaire who owns Manchester City F.C. in the Premier League. It is unknown if Jassim knew Bad Bunny, but reports are that the seller’s primary residence is in Puerto Rico.
Along with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms in the main house, the property includes a two-story guest house with three bedrooms and totals more than 7,000 square feet combined.
Other amenities of the newly renovated property include whitewashed interiors and contemporary finishes, “several living rooms,” an infinity pool, and “an island-equipped kitchen with Viking appliances.” The master suite is located upstairs and includes a private balcony.
We’re not sure how much Bad Bunny barbecues, but the pit that is in his new backyard is massive. We’re going to guess at least five full-sized briskets would fit in that thing.
Bad Bunny fans online seemed impressed with the new mansion.
Now, when is the housewarming party because we want an invite.