The Connecticut mansion previously owned by Mike Tyson then passed on to 50 Cent is now passing its roots on and becoming a living facility for the elderly..
The G-Unit boss spent $70,000 a month on maintenance for the 21-bedroom location, which features a helicopter pad, a casino, and a nightclub.
50 claims this is a business move and sold the big home for $8 million. That’s a drop from 50’s original asking price.
Back in 2007, 50 put it on the market for $18.5 mill.It’s resort-like amenities sound like a perfect fit for the buyer who is modifying zoning so it can be converted into the
old folks home pending the town’s approval.