Obamas home

On January 20, 2017, Barack Obama and his family will move down the street from the White House into a rented 8,200 square foot Tudor castle in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood.

The Obamas are remaining in Washington, DC until their youngest daughter, Sasha, graduates from the prestigious Sidwell Friends School.

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DeRay McKesson

When Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson isn’t leading protest marches, he lives comfortably in a home provided by wealthy donors.

McKesson was arrested last weekend during a protest in Louisiana. His booking sheet shows his home address is a house on a leafy street in suburban Baltimore.

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Tyga

Unemployed rapper Tyga is facing eviction again. His current landlord wants the “Rack City” rapper to take his toothbrush and move out of his spacious Hollywood Hills mansion in 10 days.

The landlord filed notice to evict the 26-year-old last week.

The eviction noticed was taped to his front door, Page Six reports exclusively.

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Lil Wayne lists troubled mansion

Rap mogul Lil Wayne has had enough of unwanted visitors, prostitutes and random stalkers camping out on his front lawn.

Weezy’s Miami Beach mansion has been the scene of numerous headline-generating incidents such as that hoax 911 call about a mass murder inside the home that resulted in police and news helicopters hovering over the neighborhood.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z house-hunting in Paris

After shopping for a multimillion dollar condo in NYC and a spectacular $40 million spread in LA, power couple Jay Z and Beyonce Knowes-Carter are now shopping for real estate in Paris, France. The photo above shows Bey and Jay with their daughter Blue Ivy after visiting a luxurious estate in Paris today.

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Tyler Perry

Recently, director Tyler Perry won a bid to buy a substantial portion of the shuttered and abandoned Fort McPherson property near downtown Atlanta.

Perry wanted to build 16 movie studios and a film production facility on the 488-acre property. But there was a hitch in his plans: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal had already put in a $10 million bid to buy the property to relocate the police academy, according to 11 Alive News.

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