Wasted it on a 52-room mansion
In 2016, a judge approved a resolution for rapper 50 Cent's bankruptcy proceedings, which had been playing out in public for a year. His problems were mainly wrapped up in his house, whose previous inhabitants also all went bankrupt or even went to prison for bankruptcy fraud. The 50,000 square-foot Connecticut mansion had 52 rooms, nine kitchens, a basketball court, and a $70,000 monthly maintenance and upkeep fee. While 50 Cent still records and releases music, even appearing in the 2022 Super Bowl halftime show, his feuds and public actions also grab attention. His current beef with the network Starz, for which he executive produces "Power," "Power Book II: Ghost" and other projects, is his latest.
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