50 Cent Is Subletting His 21-Bedroom Mansion, So If You Know Anybody Interested
After filing for bankruptcy, 50 Cent is doing what he can to climb out of the red, which includes subletting his sprawling Connecticut mansion.
According to reports, Fif is looking for anyone who can afford to pay the rent on the 21 bedroom, nine kitchen 50,000 square foot home that even boasts a casino. No word on how much 50 is asking for but maintenance alone on runs the Power star about $72,000 a month.
Whoever decides to rake 50 Cent up on his offer should be warned. Mike Tyson owned the mansion prior to and he went bankrupt as well as a Lithuanian before Iron Mike who also went bankrupt.