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50 Cent’s Mansion Is Reportedly Becoming an Old Folk’s Home; His Legacy Could Live on in the Price of an Early-Bird Special

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50 Cent recently declared bankruptcy, mostly for all the good money-related jokes that decision could spawn, but also because he needed money. Helping to fix the latter issue, 50 Cent recently sold his mansion in Connecticut, which will be turned into an assisted-living facility, according to TMZ. The 21-bedroom, 25-bath Farmington estate went for $8 million after spending nearly a decade on the market. The buyer is waiting on town approval to rezone the property, though if that fails, they could always start a candy shop.

50 Cent’s Mansion to Become Old Folk’s Home