50 Cent Puts His Connecticut Estate Up for Lease

50 Cent is trying to lease his Connecticut home. TMZ reports that since the hip-hop mogul filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month, Fif has been trying to sublet the $8.25 million mansion which features 21 bedrooms, 9 kitchens, a indoor club, a casino and much more. The disclosure came on Wednesday during a meeting of creditors, which was conducted by U.S. Trustee.The mansion was purchased by 50 in 2003 from Mike Tyson, it’s previous owner. 50 Cent’s lawyer Stephen Savva sad that no deal has been reached to lease the Farmington mansion. 50 cent’s official bankruptcy documents were made public recently. His assets according to court records totaled around a cool $25 million, including $10 million in various bank accounts. His debt according to WSJ totaled a whooping $32,509,549.91. The court filings showed he’s been paying $72,000 a month to maintain the property, multiple cars that are worth $500,000. His monthly expenses are $3,000 a month for meals and entertainment, $3,000 on wardrobe, $2,000 on travel and $1,000 on personal grooming and $9,000 on “security and protection.” He also has $855,091 in child support to ex-girlfriend and model Daphne Narvaez. His most valuable stock interest is in G-Unit Records Inc., which he says is worth $2.7 million. Another entity called Tomorrow, Today Entertainment, Inc. is worth $1.5 million.Fif was initially ordered to pay Rick Ross’ baby mother $5 million. A judged added $2 million in punitive damages to the initial sum. Take a look at 50 Cent’s mansion below.