Legendary hip hop artist Future recently purchased a beautiful Miami mansion … and now Media Take Out has confirmed that he just bought another apartment, which he intends to use SOLELY FOR SIDE CHICKS.
Last month, Media Take Out reported that the Atlanta-born Grammy award-winning rapper Future became a Miami resident with the purchase of a $16.3 million property on Allison Island. On the exclusive island in the city’s North Beach section, every one of the forty-nine homes is a waterfront property.“ The neighborhood is already home to a significant list of high profile names and I’m sure the new owner will enjoy this incredible new modern home and his new neighbors,” said Dina Goldentayer, the Douglas Elliman agent who held the listing. The asking price of the home was reportedly $19.9 million.
That’s the home where he plans on living, and bringing his main girls and his children to.
But Future wasn’t done acquiring real estate. Media Take Out confirmed that the rapper picked up another beachside residence in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida – dropping a seven-figure bag on an apartment where he plans on using as a place to entertain his “side chicks.”
According to the New York Post, Pluto is in contract to purchase a splashy ocean-view apartment for $7.5 million at the Bentley Residence from Gil Dezer, CEO of Dezer Development.
The new apartment has plenty of amenities, including a private pool and four-car sky garage on the same floor along with “a gym, spa, pool, lobby bar, restaurant, whiskey bar, cigar lounge, game room and a movie theater” decorated to look like the inside of a Bentley car.
“The Dezervator [a patented elevator] takes you and your car straight to your unit — you can see the cars from your living room, thanks to a glass divider from the garage,” Dezer said.
“It’s a unique system, and it’s what sold many people on buying. In other buildings, the valets know who is coming and going. This is more private.”
So where did Puuto get all that money? Well Media Take Out reported that Future recently sold the publishing rights of his music catalog to Influence Media Partners in a deal that has earned the rap star at least $70 million.