50 Cent is putting his Connecticut home on the market.
50 Cent's bankruptcy filing couldn't get him out of coughing up millions in the Lastonia Leviston lawsuit, and while it's not clear just how much money Fif is working with these days, he's decided putting his mansion on the rental market is a good idea.
The gigantic home, which hosts 21 bedrooms, 9 kitchens, and a casino (?) is reportedly costing Fif $72,000 a month just to maintain. Still no word on what the rapper will be charging, but it'll have to be close to six figures if he's looking to make a profit.
The news comes through a meeting 50 had with his creditors on Wednesday.
Coincidentally, the house once belonged to Mike Tyson, who also filed for bankruptcy while in its possession.
Take a look at the impressive estate below.