- American model Kylie Jenner, a 22-year-old, has bought a $36.5 million (R688 million) house in LA
- The house, which was previously listed for $45 million, was sold to the media personality for a good bargain
- The house is said to have many features for outdoor entertainment and relaxation
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Kylie Jenner, a popular American media personality and family of the Kardashians, has bought a very expensive estate in the choicest part of Los Angeles at the price of $36.5 million (R688 million).
TMZ reports that the latest purchase is an “interesting move” because she is known as Calabasas-centric in her real estate business.
Briefly.co.za learned that the house, a single-story modern house, is said to have 15 350 square feet. It also has a dedicated guardhouse.
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Added to those is that the house is a complete entertainment palace as it has an outdoor projection screen, home theatre, game rooms and championship standard basketball court.
It was also said that she got the house at a good bargain as it was listed for $45 million (R847.61 million). The seller of the current property had once sold the 22-year-old land in the Palm Springs where she constructing a home.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that though nothing good comes easy, determination always keeps one focused whenever one is in the most hopeless situation. The story of Djimon Hounsou is one that would inspire any day.
His Hollywood fame never came on a silver platter. The popular actor from Benin had to leave his country for Lyon, France at the age of 13 with the hope of becoming a doctor.
Due to his discouraging academic record, he dropped out of school and his brother had to throw him out, making him homeless.
In his moment of great confusion, the young teenager moved to Paris, depending on street leftovers for food. The actor differentiates between being intelligent and smart, saying they are not the same.
“Being educated and being intelligent are two different things. I thought I was smart enough… and I wanted to be an entertainer.
I stopped going to school as a way of saying I was matured, a way of saying I was going to choose who I was going to become,” he said.
His limelight came when he was noticed by a fashion photographer who linked him up with the popular French designer, Thierry Mugler.
In 1990, he left for New York as one of the happening models in Paris industry. After some stint in music videos, the Beninese started his acting career the same year.
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