According to the report, the 5,400 square foot crib features six bedrooms and six bathrooms. While this might not seem like the most "humble" investment from the Damn rapper, Lamar supposedly did not purchase the mansion to live in. Maintaining his notoriety for being a business savvy spender, he plans to use it for investment opportunities only. Other amenities that are a part of this luxurious pad include a backyard pool, double-sided fireplaces, and even a home gym.
While he has not released an official solo project since 2017's critically-acclaimed Damn, Lamar has remained interspersed on the charts with feature verses on songs like Rich the Kid's hit single "New Freezer" off of his debut album The World Is Yours, as well as executive producing and appearing on Black Panther: The Album, the musical counterpart to one of 2018's biggest theatrical releases.
Getting involved in investment real estate is a sign that Lamar is being smart about all of the money he is raking. Owning a multi-million dollar mansion might provoke most owners to live in it, but Lamar clearly has plans to keep his bank account in check for years to come with the help of some strategic spending. For a look at Kung Fu Kenny's latest investment, head over to TMZ for a full photo gallery.