People point out Beyonce and Jay-Z’s new $200 million mansion looks like something – and it’s hilarious

The $200M and 40,000 square feet looks suspiciously like another large building.
  • Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Malibu home is more than 40,000 square feet
  • They paid £200m to the painter who spent 15 years designing the mansion
  • But aerial pictures of the über-luxe estate has their fans all saying the same thing

Published on Oct 25, 2023 at 6:30PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 5, 2023 at 5:47PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
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The internet has thoughts on the new $200M California mansion of Beyonce and Jay-Z.

Their new home is a massive 40,000 square feet and sits in a prime real-estate neighbourhood of Malibu, California.

They bought the mansion from an art mogul who reportedly spent 15 years designing the dream home.

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Art collector William Bell who bought it in 2003 for $14.5 million – and spent the time since giving the home his own touches.

But, as usual, the trolls have come out in force with their thoughts on the celebrity pair’s new home.

The internet is claiming that all that they can see from the images is a “warehouse”.

And somebody needs to get Jeff Bezos on the phone to congratulate him on his aesthetics.

Apparently it looks like an “Amazon warehouse”.


So was the most expensive home ever bought in California worth the spend?

It was originally on the market for $295 million before the singer/songwriter and producer pair settled at a lesser price.

While we haven’t been granted access to the undoubtedly stunning interiors, the aerial photographs do look a little Amazon-like.

An account called Beyonce Press on X shared the pictures of the mansion.

And its followers certainly had thoughts.

“I imagine there’s a huge apocalypse-ready bunker underneath lol,” one comment said.

“Thought it’s a warehouse (holding back tears emoji),” said a second.

Another joked they wanted Architectural Digest to give the “real architectural tea”.

Other comparisons included Minecraft buildings, a Walmart, airports and a YMCA.

“This is a prime example of ‘just because you can, it doesn’t mean you should’,” a third summed up the display of wealth.

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