According to multiple sources, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and her newborn twins (for now we’re calling them “Bad” and “Boujee”) have checked out of the hospital and settled into their luxurious-mansion rental in Malibu, Calif.
E!, the Daily Mail and People (the magazine, not random folks we asked on the street) all report that Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy are chilling in their 10-bedroom, 14-bath villa that rents for $400,000 a month (or what they would pay for a studio efficiency in New York City) and overlooks a cliff that probably comes with its own separate set of moon and stars.
Aside from descriptions of the rose garden, the pool house and office buildings on the property, perhaps the most interesting quote written about this home (or any home in the history of homes, for that matter) is this, from the Daily Mail:
Next to the front door is a 2,500-year-old lion’s head bust that was discovered at the base of Mount Vesuvius in Italy.
Beyoncé gave birth to premature twins two weeks ago on June 12, who TMZ reported are likely a boy (“Bad”) and a girl (“Boujee”). The site also reported that the twins were having a hard time, dealing with jaundice and were “under the lights.” Tina Knowles, Beyoncé’s mother, was spotted visiting the twins at the sprawling 6.3-acre plot on Monday.
The Knowles-Carter home is likely very busy as Jay-Z prepares for his album
release on Friday. It has been confirmed that the album, entitled 4:44, will be produced entirely by No ID.
News updates on the Bey-Z twins have been very difficult to come by as everyone awaits the reveal, the official announcement and the answer to the most important question of all: Why do they need all those bathrooms?