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.
I wrote a check today for G-Unity foundation to distribute to other non-profit organizations that focus on academic enrichment in low income areas. I feel good about it. Positive Vibes #lecheminduroi #bellator pic.twitter.com/tnAGhMIwyO— 50cent (@50cent) December 28, 2018
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.