Drake's Beverly Hills Estate on the Market for $88 Million & Billie Lourd Admits to Pulling Walk of Fame Invites of Carrie Fisher's Siblings

Drake Selling Beverly Hills Estate for $88 Million

Hey, guys, it's your favorite celebrity news expert, CelebDan, here with some juicy gossip that'll make your head spin! The one and only, Drake, is selling his Beverly Hills estate for a whopping $88 million. Yes, you heard me right, $88 million! This luxurious mansion is the epitome of sophistication and extravagance, and it's no wonder that the 6 God himself called it home.

Let me give you the inside scoop on this breathtaking property.

  • The estate boasts a total of 12 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and a massive 25,000 square feet of living space.
  • It also features a state-of-the-art recording studio, a spa, a gym, a basketball court, and a tennis court.
  • The outdoor space is just as impressive, with a massive pool, a hot tub, and a poolside lounge area perfect for hosting A-list parties.
  • The interior design is sleek and modern, with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and stunning marble accents throughout.

But why is Drake selling this stunning piece of real estate? Well, rumors are swirling that he's ready to move on to bigger and better things, including a new mansion in Toronto.

Regardless of why he's selling, one thing is for sure, this is one property that is sure to attract the attention of wealthy buyers all around the world.

Billie Lourd Drags Carrie Fisher Siblings, Admits Pulling Their Walk of Fame Invites

Hey, guys, it's CelebDan, and I have some serious tea to spill about Billie Lourd and her relationship with her late mother, Carrie Fisher's siblings.

It seems that things aren't all sunshine and rainbows in the Fisher family, as Billie recently admitted to pulling the Walk of Fame invites of her aunt and uncle, Tricia Leigh Fisher and Todd Fisher. But why would she do such a thing?

Well, according to sources close to Billie, she was upset with her aunt and uncle for constantly speaking out about Carrie's death and making it a public spectacle. Billie felt that their actions were tarnishing her mother's legacy and wanted to put a stop to it.

While I can understand where Billie is coming from, I can't help but think that pulling their Walk of Fame invites was a bit extreme. After all, they are still family, and it's important to maintain a level of respect and civility, especially when dealing with matters surrounding the loss of a loved one.

But hey, who am I to judge? At the end of the day, this is a personal matter between family members, and I'm just here to report the juicy details. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.