50 Cent Sells his Connecticut Mansion for $3 million, Plans to Donate All to Charity

The America Rapper 50 Cent has just sold his over-the-top 21-bedroom 25-bathroom Connecticut mansion for nearly $3 million. He reportedly sold the 50,000-square-foot home for 84 percent less than he initially asked for in 2007, however, he has said he will be donating all of the proceeds to charity.

The palatial 19-bedroom, 25-bathroom home was once owned by Mike Tyson, and the boxer’s ex-wife Monica Turner sold the home to 50 Cent in 2003 for $4.1 million, Architectural Digest reports.

The property was first listed for $18.5 million in 2007, and with it being sold for a confirmed $2.9 million, he let it go for 84 percent less than the initial asking price.

The rapper claimed it cost $67,000 a month to maintain the property, it shows the property tax on the mansion was $120,000 yearly. It doesn’t look like he is going to miss the insane crib much, though.

50 cent plans to donate the sale price to charity. His G-Unity Foundation, that monetarily supports non-profit organizations that assist underserved areas in the United States, will benefit from the $3 million donation.

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