50 Cent Sells Connecticut Mansion & Donates Proceeds To Charity

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50 Cent is notorious for his excellent investments in business, however, he came short in his return for one of his properties. According to TMZ, 50 recently sold his Connecticut mansion after trying to get rid of it for years.

The G-Unit member purchased the house back in 2007 for $18.5M, but the selling price had since been marked down by 84%. The rapper has since sold it for $3 million, but is not looking to keep the money for himself.

50 is reportedly planning on donating the proceeds to his charity, the G-Unity fund. The artist launched the organization to help fund non-profit organizations that are focused on helping kids in low-income communities across the United States.

The Connecticut mansion consists of 21 bedrooms, 25 bathrooms, nine kitchens, an outdoor pool, a grotto, another pool located inside the house, a helicopter pad, a casino, nightclub, basketball courts, and a pond. This basically means whoever bought 50’s home got the deal of a lifetime.

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