50 Cent tries to rent out his mansion following bankruptcy

The US rapper filed for bankruptcy earlier this year and it seems things have gotten so bad, he’s had to put his 21-bedroom mansion up for rent.


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Despite having a successful music career and multiple business ventures, the Candy Shop singer is having to make some tough decisions following meetings with his creditors.

The 40-year-old has already filed for bankruptcy, where he denied living a lavish lifestyle, and now he’s been forced to rent out his home.

The Connecticut property boasts a total of 50 rooms including 21 bedrooms, nine kitchens and… a casino. Yes, really.

According to TMZ, 50 Cent - whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III - is currently spending $72,000 a month just maintaining the property. Wow.


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No word yet on how much the musician is hoping to make from renting out his home, but with his expenses revealed to be $108,000 a month earlier this week, it will have to be a pretty hefty sum.

This isn’t the first time the house has seen some bad luck with both former boxer, Mike Tyson and a Lithuanian businessman going bankrupt while living there. New owners beware!

If this doesn’t put you off though, and you fancy owning a house with 19 more bedrooms than you need, why not make 50 Cent an offer?