Trippie Redd shows off his all-black Florida house on Insta & fans (and MGK) have opinions

Even Machine Gun Kelly chimed in.

Georgie Mihaila
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With a slick Insta post captioned, “black is beautiful from my skin to even stars in a jet black sky 🖤,” Trippie Redd, the hit machine, showed off his Florida mansion, and it’s as unapologetically bold as his music.

We talking about Michael Lamar White IV here, known to the beat-droppin world as Trippie Redd. The American rapper, singer, and songwriter ain’t just making waves — nah, he’s creating tsunamis with his tracks.

Since bursting into the scene in 2017 with his debut mixtape A Love Letter to You, Trippie has been serving us double platinum-certified singles like a gourmet chef. His studio albums, like Life’s a Trip and Pegasus soared to the top of the Billboard 200.

His artistic alchemy ain’t just in the studio; it spills over into his abode, as majestic and enigmatic as his anthems, recently unveiled on the rapper’s Instagram feed.

Drenched in the slickest shade from roof to floor, Trippie’s all-black Florida mansion is flipping the script on our vanilla home dreams.

The moment fans peeped at the majestic mansion dipped in the deepest of blacks, the comments section lit up like the Fourth of July:

“That AC bill gonna be twerkin’ harder than us at a Trippie concert!” one commenter said, hinting at the sizzling Florida heat and the year-round sun hitting the black exteriors from sunrise to sunset.

And they aren’t wrong! Imagine the digits on that electric bill that, as one commenter pointed out “could straight up pass for a mortgage payment in Cali!”

Another chimes in with, “Gives very much Adams family, I see the vision 😂,” catching the eerie but swanky aura. Yet another fan found similarities with another famous movie house, “Bro is living in Gru’s house,” referencing the famous Despicable Me character and his black house.

Machine Gun Kelly himself, the rap game’s own rocker — who now goes simply by MGK — slid into the comments of the since-deleted post, hailing Trippie as the “real dark knight” — yeah, Batman’s got nothin’ on this superstar.

And MGK likely knows what he’s talking about, as he and Trippie have been spending lots of time together preparing for the release of their joint album Genre:Sadboy which came out on March 29. So don’t go stepping on Trippie Redd’s toes.

Trippie paid $7.5 million for his Florida mansion back in 2022. The 4.6 acre property is located in the celebrity-heavy enclave of Southwest Ranches, which has also been home to A-listers like rapper Rick Ross, wrestler-turned-actor The Rock, and Flex Seal’s CEO Phil Swift, among others.

The all-black house has 9 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms, and an entire array of luxe amenities across an extra generous 18,923-square-foot of living space.

Think two offices, a wine cellar, and an indoor basketball court plus a gym facility. It also comes with plenty of space for Trippie Redd’s fancy rides: it has an 8-car garage and extra parking space for up to 20 cars.

But let’s break it down for real — Trippie’s been serving us hits since 2017 with his debut mixtape and hasn’t slowed down, not even to take a breath. From A Love Letter to You to Life’s a Trip, and soaring through the Billboard charts with bangers like Dark Knight Dummo and Topanga, the man’s been on a relentless roll.

So, it only makes sense his house hits as hard as his tracks, right?

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded