50 Cent Trying To Rent Out Connecticut Mansion

By Staff  |  08/06/2015

50 Cent's Connecticut mansion

50 Cent is not broke. We all know that. However, after being ordered to pay out more than $20 million in a pair of lawsuits, he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Now, as he reorganizes his finances, his lawyers recently revealed that he's trying to rent out his Connecticut mansion, which he tried to sell back in 2007.

50 bought it in 2003 for $4.1 million, and eventually listed it for $18.5 million. There were no offers, so he dropped it to $14.5 million in 2009, then $10.5 million, and finally $10 million in 2011 before giving up.

The 50,000 sq. ft. estate sits on 17 acres, and boasts 52 rooms -- including 21 bedrooms and 9 kitchens -- as well as a personal helicopter pad, a nightclub, a gym, billiards rooms, an indoor pool, and even its own lake.

Bankruptcy docs said 50 pays around $72,000 a month for upkeep, reports TMZ.

It was previously owned by Mike Tyson, who went bankrupt while living there.