Rapper 50 Cent needs someone to quickly lease his Connecticut estate, it could be an opportunity of a lifetime for someone with the funds to cover the rent of the estate valued at $8.3 million estate.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson ranked No. 4 on this year’s Forbes Five–a list of the wealthiest hip-hop artists that appeared in the May 25th, 2015 issue of FORBES magazine. It was his outside business ventures that were most instrumental in creating his fortunes. 50 owes most of his fortune to a $100 million coming from the sale of VitaminWater in 2007.
50 Cent, surprisingly filed for personal bankruptcy last month, he is apparently struggling to lease his monster Connecticut estate. Once described as “the most notorious house in Connecticut,” the 50,000 square foot, 52-room estate rests on 17 acres in the town of Farmington. It has mountain views, nine kitchens, and a basketball court with G Unit’s logo prominently displayed.
However all may not be as it seems, is he really broke? he now must pay an additional $2million in punitive damages to a woman featured in a sex tape he posted online.
The rapper appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court to testify about his alleged bankruptcy Jackson told a jury that the Lamborghinis, Bentleys and Rolls Royces in his music videos were all rentals and that the bling he was seen rocking was borrowed from a jeweller.
The jury didn't buy his bankruptcy bid and handed down the punitive damages in addition to the money they had already awarded Leviston for having her civil rights violated and emotional distress
So if your in the market for a very large 'crib' in the USA the most notorious house in Connecticut would provide the following features:
- Personal nightclub
- 21 bedrooms
- 24 bathrooms
- Movie theatre
- Basketball court
- Swimming pool
- 17 acres of land