Justin Bieber Shouldn't Waste His Money on a $10 Million 'Love Nest'

justin bieberJustin Bieber's got a lot going on. No, like, more than usual. He just turned 18 last week, so there's that. Oh, and he's reportedly in the process of buying a boss $10.8 million "love nest" in the Hollywood Hills. Yeah ...

Apparently a birthday present to himself, the pad, which is currently being rented by Ashton Kutcher, has five bedrooms, a gym, movie theater, and massage room. Not bad. But a $10.8 million house -- sorry, love nest -- already, Justin? You work hard for your monies, and have every right to treat yo'self, but I say don't waste your cash on this one.


There's a little game I like to play in my mind called "If I Were Rich ..." It's fairly self-explanatory. In this game, I daydream about what it would be like to be seriously loaded, Justin Bieber-style; and I imagine all the things I would do with my money. Surprisingly, a $10 million house never makes it into this reverie. I'm more of a two $5 million house kind of gal. Or a three $3 million one. Or, heck, even a ten $1 million one! I'd get a place in New York, one somewhere in California, a nice little villa in Lake Como near Clooney. And I would spend the rest of my days whiling away, reading books, eating delicious food, and napping in the sun. I would look about 20 when I was 40 due to all my extreme relaxation. It would be gorgeous. But, I know, we're not talking about me. We're talking about Biebs. Sorry, "If I Were Rich ..." is so fun.

No, like I said, Justin has earned his money and of course he has a right to do whatever the heck he wants with it, but ... does he really need a $10.8 million home now? How often would he even be there? I say he buys himself a couple of places scattered all over the globe with his Bieber dollars. Spread the love. Spread his wings. No need to settle down in one place right now, a la Robert Pattinson. He's too young for that. He should live it up. In three $3 million houses.

What would you do if you were as rich as Justin Bieber? Oh, come on, it's a silly, little, fun game!


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