Lil Wayne is not a real estate guru.

In a less-than-gainful landholding maneuver, the acclaimed rapper and noted sizzurp connoisseur sold his ultra-modern Florida mansion at a $1 million loss late last week. The sale took place just a short time after Wayne was released from prison, where he had been held since March on gun and drug possession charges.

Wayne initially purchased the nine-bedroom, nine-bathroom mega-chateau — located on Miami’s exclusive La Gorce Island — for $14 million in February. He reportedly sold it for $12.9 million.

The mansion has passed through three owners in the last seven years, going for $2.8 million in 2003 and $8.6 million in 2006 before Wayne purchased it at peak price earlier this year.

Wayne previously resided in a four-bedroom South Beach condo, which he sold in February for $2.8 million.

Wayne’s recently sold mansion on La Gorce Island in Miami, Florida.

From the back it looks like a fire station.

From the inside it looks like a fire station with lots of expensive furniture.

White leather couches are a prevalent theme, in part because they look like cocaine, Wayne’s favorite hobby.