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Big Sean’s Mulholland Estates Mansion Sold to Family of PennyMac’s Stan Kurland

Though he bought the place less than four years ago, paying Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash $8.7 million for the then-eclectic premises, a new role with the Detroit Pistons could be among the reasons Big Sean has decided to part ways with his Los Angeles home. Property records reveal the Grammy-nominated rapper, born Sean Anderson — he recently accepted a position as the NBA team’s “creative director of innovation,” meaning he’ll help guide the franchise’s merch design and in-game experiences — has sold his Mediterranean-style estate in the exclusive Mulholland Estates gated community to a family trust attached to the late multimillionaire businessman Stan Kurland.

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