Myra Anderson moved into her son’s Beverly Hills mansion in October 2019 and lived there through Thanksgiving, Christmas, his birthday on March 25, 2020, and the conclusion of the pandemic. Oh, and…

 

A year and a half later, my mother is still with us. You comprehend? In May, he gave Architectural Digest a tour of his seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom Mediterranean estate.

In March, Big Sean, real name Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, listed his home with a club for $12 mιllιon for an undisclosed reason. According to Realtor.com, he has not yet sold the house with a terracotta roof.

Last week, he granted Architectural Digest a tour of his Gᴜns n’ Roses-era home, which is even more beautiful than the listing photographs.

“I am definitely someone who has been influenced and impacted by my OGs and the people around me, but none greater than my strong, beautiful, black mother,” he said in a Sean Anderson Foundation mental health awareness video, part of a series he is releasing this month alongside his mother.

Big Sean’s mother taught him mindfulness, and his 11,000-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion is shoeless. He told Architectural Digest he “fung-shued” Slash’s “darker Gothic tone” abode.

“I am definitely someone who has been influenced and impacted by my OGs and the people around me, but none greater than my strong, beautiful, black mother,” he said in a Sean Anderson Foundation mental health awareness video, part of a series he is releasing this month alongside his mother.

In the video tour, Big Sean claimed the living room’s white oak wood flooring, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and malachite stone on a pedestal bring harmony.

He told Architectural Digest, “I’m into the right stones and what they do and the function of them all, so you’ll see them placed throughout the house.”

The family room, where they made their movies for mental health awareness, is connected to the living room via Slash’s “freaky” stained glass window pocket door. This space is a favorite of Big Sean’s mother.