Jay Z and Beyonce have been facing major criticism over the recent purchase of a sprawling $200 million Malibu, California, estate but in one comedian’s opinion, those who are hating should be taking notes instead of throwing shots and it should inspire all, according to media sources.
Deon Cole was caught out in New York City by TMZ and was asked about his take on the extreme purchase. The way Cole sees it, the naysayers should quite critiquing and get out into the world and achieve their own version of success.
Realistically speaking, we can’t all spend like the global megastar couple, but the main point to this is find your own level of success, the outlet reported.
As you can imagine, the 30,000-square-foot home the couple purchased was an astronomical amount of money, where the couple paid for the huge mansion in all cash from renowned art collector William Bell.
Bell also created the iconic soap operas “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” according to Forbes.
Designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, the home has been dubbed as an “architectural masterpiece” by the outlet. The estate reportedly took more than a decade and a half to finish and was completed in 2014.
The estate is on record as the most expensive home ever sold in California, according to reports.
The property is also the most expensive single-family-home ever sold in the U.S., according to real estate appraiser Jonathan Miller of Miller Samuel, per CBS News.
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the massive estate sits on 8 acres in Malibu’s Paradise Cove neighborhood, which is also known as Billionaires’ Row, according to the outlet.
To Cole, we should all see this as an “aspire to inspire” kind of purchase.