Instagram beefs and an ongoing bankruptcy have seemingly overshadowed 50 Cent’s A-List career as a rapper and entrepreneur. Less than a week after a judge summoned the “Power” creator back to court for being too braggadocious on social media, a new deal may have helped him to have more cash on hand.
50’s Farmington, Connecticut mansion recently sold for $8 million despite the rapper initially listing the estate for $18.5 million. The new owner is planning to convert the home into a assisted living facility for the elderly. The property is the size of a resort with 21-bedrooms and 25-bathrooms.
According to TMZ, amenities also include: 9 kitchens, an outdoor infinity pool and grotto, indoor pool, helicopter pad, casino, nightclub, basketball courts and pond.
The mansion was costing the mogul $70K per month to maintain. The sale is reportedly a relief to 50 who is in upwards of $30 million of debt.
We’re surprised 50 didn’t open the “Candy Shop Hotel” with all of that space! We wonder what else he’ll have to sell in order to stay afloat?