Rihanna has sold her Beverly Hills mansion for $5.03 million. It's less than the $6.9 million she paid for it two years ago, because the home is reportedly busted.
The listing described it as a "major fixer", which is a phrase usually reserved for one-bedroom homes near nuclear waste plants. Poor little rich girl Rihanna had been living in $5 million squalor in a home described as having "extensive damage from moisture and water intrusion" in the roof, windows, doors and balconies - so basically everywhere.
Apparently Rihanna is suing the previous owner for all the water damage which she claims occurred during a "moderate rainstorm," which is so not-true because everyone knows it's always hot tubbing weather in southern California--always. It doesn't rain in LA - haven't you see the Tournament of Roses parade? It's room temperature year-round here!
Whenever celebrities (who are also pop-stars) own houses I always wonder what is the point? They spend most of the year in hotels or tour buses, so really, celebrity LA mansions are nothing more than a hotel that they have to clean themselves.
Anyways, Rihanna must have realized this because she sold the 8,520-square-foot, three-story home that contains eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. It also has three fireplace, a pool and sits on three-quarters of an acre. Celebrities, they are not like us.