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Despite various reports, there are no plans for 50 Cent's Connecticut mansion to become a senior living facility.

Sydney Scott
Mar, 03, 2016

Despite various reports, 50 Cent's Connecticut mansion is still for sale.

50 Cent's Lavish Mansion to Become a Senior Living Center

Rumors swirled that the 50,000 square foot home has been sold and would be used as an assisted living facility, but reps for the rapper have denied those reports, telling People, "It is not sold yet, there are offers they are reviewing and it is still on the market. There is no signed contract in place to purchase the property. Until such time as a formal contract has been approved by the Bankruptcy Court and executed, the property will remain listed and for sale to all interested buyers."

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So, if you've ever wanted to live in a mansion once owned by 50 Cent and Mike Tyson, you still have a chance.

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