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

50 Cent finally sold his 21-room mansion in Connecticut.

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The 50,000 square foot home with nine kitchens will become a senior living facility. Upkeep of the estate, which was previously owned by Mike Tyson, was rumored to be pretty costly. Some reports state that living expenses, including pool maintenance and gardening, were in the thousands each month.

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50 declared bankruptcy last year, but the mansion had been up for sale since 2007 with the price being reduced several times. Now it looks like a few senior citizens are going to be living out the rest of their days in style.