50 Cent Puts Connecticut Home Up For Sale

Looks like 50 Cent is looking for a change of scenery, so he’s put his Farmington, Connecticut home on the market for an unspecified price, reports RadarOnline.com.

The rapper’s house has 52 bedrooms with special features including a recording studio, a handball court, two billiard rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, five Jacuzzis, a casino, a screening room, a full disco with a wall of twenty televisions and an indoor shooting range.

He purchased the home in 2003 from boxer Mike Tyson’s ex-wife Monica for a reported $4.1 million.

Mike Tyson originally bought the house in 1996 for $2.7 million. Monica acquired the home for $1 in a court-ordered divorce settlement.

50 Cent had big plans for the home. He reportedly asked Louis Vuitton to plaster the interior walls of the behemoth with the brand’s signature LV logo.

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