Beyonce and Jay-Z's New $200M Mansion Is Called 'Ugly' and Likened to Prison by Fans

Bey and Hov recently made headlines after they set a new record with their recent real-estate purchase as their new Malibu house is the most expensive house ever sold in California.

AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z's new Malibu house may cost a whopping $200 million, but it seems like not everyone is a fan of its design. Internet users ripped the couple's luxury property by calling it "ugly" with some comparing the home to a prison.

"It will never fail to surprise me how celebrities can buy such ugly homes worth $200M that looks like a construction site," one user commented on the sprawling 30,000-square-foot concrete home. Another added, "They really spent $200 mill for Prison walls," with someone else similarly saying, "They could have just bought a prison since it looks identical. Saved money too!"

One person, meanwhile, said that the Malibu house has "all the charm of an empty Costco distribution center." One also wrote, "It's ugly Looks like a WWII bunker or abandoned mall." Some others came with more blunt opinion, saying, "Jesus that's ugly," and "That's an ugly a** home."

Bey and Hov recently made headlines after they set a new record with their recent real-estate purchase. Their new house is situated on an 8-acre cliff viewing the Pacific Ocean in the Paradise Cove neighborhood, which is known as Billionaires' Row.

Breaking the prior record of $177 million, their jaw-dropping spending on the house also became the second most expensive residential property transaction in the country since the highest price for a Manhattan, New York City flat was at $238 million price. The power couple would have got the country record as well if they bought the house within its original price for $295 million.

Even after spending a hefty sum on the new property, it was reported that the Carters will keep their $100 million Bel-Air mansion. According to a source, the pair plan to make the new Malibu pad their weekend home for the time being. Meanwhile, the Bel-Air home, which the pop star and the rap mogul purchased for $88 million back in 2017, is still "home" as is close to the kids' schools and friends.

While they do plan to move to the new Malibu estate full-time eventually, it's unknown when they will relocate or if that means the pair will be putting the Bel-Air mansion on sale.

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