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?
Bankruptcy Update: 50 Cent’s 21-Bedroom Mansion Will Become A Senior Citizen Facility was originally published on hellobeautiful.com