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Pharrell Selling Panty-Dropping Miami Condo for $16.8 Million

Pharrell wants to move.



But he's got to sell his massive panty-dropper in Brickell before he can skate on out of here.



It's a rather dope crib with all the stylish touches that you'd expect from a music mogul with one name. Complete with luscious vistas, high-rise perspectives, chic modern touches, and marble everywhere, this beautiful bachelor pad comes with a hefty price tag of $16.8 million.



Check out the pics and break out the wallet if you think you've got what it takes. Hoes not included.



See also:

-Drake Selling His Miami Condos for $2.5 Million, No More "Gettin' Brain on Biscayne"

-Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Moving Into $10-Million Miami Mansion!?



Pharrell bought the place back in March 2007 for a slightly-less-whopping but still impressive $12,525,000. So he's kind of kick-flipping this bitch, HGTV-style.




The gorgeous penthouse overlooks Biscayne Bay and packs five bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, a home theater, and a crazy-sexy pool. Plus, it comes with a four-car garage and community goodies like a kid's area, library, sauna, fucking bike path, and a doorman. Live that Batman lifestyle.




There's no telling how many broads have run through this place topless, hairless, and crunked up. Just imagine how much action you'd get when you're like, "Yeah, girl! Pharrell used to sleep here."




Duh, $16.8 million worth of action. Seems worth it.



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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.