Mac Miller's House Is Back On The Market & Available For Rent

The home that Mac Miller lived in has been positioned again in the marketplace. After being closed f for an investigation regarding the rapper’s demise, the property has been deemed prepared for one more tenant. 

The San Fernando house is presently accessible for lease on the value 10Okay monthly. It spreads throughout three,156 sq. toes house proper exterior Los Angeles, boasting distinctive panoramic metropolis and canyon views.

Although the home’s options are enticing, realtors could face some challenges on the subject of discovering the appropriate tenant. According to stories, a regulation within the state California (Civil Code 1710.2) requires realtors to “confide in anybody shopping for or renting a home whether or not somebody died there inside three years a transaction.” This could be relevant on this case despite the fact that Mac Miller’s passing was well-publicized and mourned by many. 

The rapper was discovered lifeless on this residence after a 911 police name again in September. The name was made for somebody below cardiac arrest, however he was pronounced lifeless on location. His place appeared to have been swept clear though it appeared like he had suffered from a drug overdose, which might normally entail bodily proof mentioned drug round the home.

Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin Rent L.A. Mansion For $100,000 A Month

Justin Bieber is not able to buy a brand new house in L.A. simply but, however he is nonetheless prepared to shell out 6 figures a month in lease. According to TMZ, Bieber simply signed a lease for a 6,0000 sq. foot mansion in San Fernando Valley. The place contains four bedrooms and seven bogs, in addition to a lake-front view, which must be greater than sufficient house for himself and his new spouse, Hailey Baldwin, earlier than they make a purchase order. The report states that the singer was searching for one thing somewhat extra stable than a lodge earlier than he settles on a house within the metropolis.

Though they claimed they had been merely engaged, it has been reported that Justin and Hailey tied the knot in secret earlier this yr. The two are stated to have obtained a wedding license from an NYC courthouse. Further reviews instructed that, whereas the 2 are legally married, they don’t contemplate themselves to be correctly hitched till they accomplish that earlier than God, AKA, taking part in a standard marriage ceremony ceremony. With that being stated, Justin launched Hailey as his spouse final week.

Bieber has not launched an album since 2015’s Purpose. Most lately, he appeared on DJ Khaled’s summer time smash “No Brainer,” alongside Chance The Rapper and Quavo. It peaked at No. 5 on the Hot 100.

R. Kelly Accused Of Trashing Two Mansions He Rented In Atlanta

R. Kelly is in hot water, this time for trashing two rental spaces he occupied in 2015, and another between the months  July, 2017 & July, 2018. SB Property Management is pursuing the R&B singer for over $203,400 in alleged property damages. The total takes into account damages incurred on both properties, both in the Atlanta suburb  Johns Creek, Georgia. 

Two attorneys representing the RBBS legal firm were hired to file the edict against R. Kelly, which they sought in the state court  Fulton County on behalf the company. The singer’s representative have yet to react or respond to the civil suit as Thursday evening. 

One the Johns Creek rentals R. Kelly is on the hook for repairing it would seem, was a 23-room, 9,000 square foot, 4 bedroom “home” in the municipality, the other a smaller homestead costing $7,000 less a month (3k-10k). The civil suit claims R. Kelly moved out the homes without properly terminating his lease, as contractually obligated. R. Kelly’s surrender came two weeks after the rental company threatened to evict him from the homes through a local “magistrate.”

One the homes was allegedly riddled in trash, and also had two broken windows open to squirrel invasion. Stay tuned for word from R. Kelly or his reps.

Blockbuster Closes Its Last Two Stores In Alaska, Only One Store Left In The US

To be honest, I did not even realize Blockbuster still existed. The movie and video game rental service was one the most popular stores in the 90’s and early 00’s. Then, Netflix moved from the physical world into the digital world and everything began to change. Soon, streaming became the most convenient and efficient way for consumers to attain entertainment. Slowly but surely, Blockbuster began to fade away like Thanos performed the “Snap” on all the store’s locations. Now, there is only one left. 

According to Anchorage Daily News, the last two Blockbuster locations in Alaska are closing down. One location on DeBarr Road in Anchorage and another store in Fairbank will be closing down on Monday. The two stores will reopen on Tuesday in an effort to sell their remaining stock. The sale will continue until August, or until everything is sold out. Now that the two locations in Alaska are retiring, that leaves only one store left. The last survivor, which will probably be made into a museum the 90’s one day, is located in Bend, Oregon. Maybe, Blockbuster should have hopped on the streaming train along with Amazon, Apple, and other companies that decided to step into the new age. 

Travis Scott Sues Exotic Car Rental Company Over Alleged $100K Extortion Attempt

Travis Scott has a lot on his plate at the moment. He’s a new father to his daughter Stormi, and he’s gearing up for the release his latest album, Astroworld. However, it seems that Travis has some unfinished business to take care , as he’s suing a luxury car rental company over a six-figure extortion attempt related to a car crash he suffered back in 2012. 

Documents obtained by The Daily Mail claim that after Travis rented and crashed a Lamborghini Aventador from Super Cars Miami, the shop not only billed him for repairs to the car, but threatened to tell the tabloids about the details the crash if Travis didn’t pay them an extra $100K. 

There is no police report on record for the details the crash, and there’s no evidence that Travis was even driving the car at the time the incident. Kylie Jenner, who was eight months pregnant at the time, was also not present for the incident.  

The suit claims that Super Cars was attempting to “violate the terms the confidentiality provision contained in the settlement agreement by making specious and salacious claims to news agencies and tabloids regarding the accident,” and that the information they were threatening to leak would cause Travis, “irreparable harm to his established goodwill and reputation.”

Super Cars decided to sue Travis in return, claiming breach contract and negligence on the part the rapper. They also claim that Travis hasn’t paid for the loss rental income that resulted from the car accident.