Rapper 50 Cent sells his Mansion for $3 million; Donates it to G-Unity Foundation

Updated On 02 Apr, 2019 Published On

Grammy Award-winning rapper 50 Cent sold his mansion in Connecticut at the price of $3 million, which the musician decided to his own charity, the G-Unity Foundation.

Curtis James Jackson also known by his stage name 50 Cent sold his 50,000 square foot property at the cost of $3 million which he then donated to his own charity.

Sources close to TMZ have revealed that every cent from the sale will be transferred to the funding of 50 Cent's own charitable organization, G-Unity Foundation.

G-Unity Foundation is a charitable organization that provides financial support to non-profit groups that work for the betterment of the lives of low-income families and underserved communities.

The mansion in Connecticut was accommodated with 21 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms.

The mansion is further facilitated with 9 kitchens, a grotto, and an outdoor infinity swimming pool.

Other attractions of the property include a helicopter pad, nightclub, casino, basketball courts, and a pond. 

50 Cent had put tremendous effort to sell the mansion for almost many years.

The rapper bought the property in the year 2007 at the market price of $18.5 million.