Help the aged.
50 Cent’s 52-room Connecticut mansion is to be gutted and turned into an old people’s home.
The property, previously owned by Mike Tyson, has been reportedly sold for $8m, $10.5m less than the original asking price, and has been on the market since 2007.
Boasting 21 bedroom, 25 bathrooms, a casino and a helicopter pad, as well as a nightclub, the house had been costing the rapper $70k per month to maintain.
He probably needs the sale: last July, 50 Cent (aka Curtis Jackson) filed for bankruptcy, although he described the decision as a “strategic business move.”