Rapper 50 Cent has finally sold his Connecticut mansion for the cut price of $8 million - to a nursing home management company.
The artist, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, initially listed the 21-bedroom home in Farmington for $18 million in 2007, and has been gradually reducing the asking price ever since.
He snapped up the abode for $4.1 million at the height of his fame in 2003, the year he released some of his top hits P.I.M.P., In Da Club, and 21 Questions on the album Get Rich Or Die Tryin'.
Over the next few months, he invested up to $10 million in renovations to the property's gym, racquetball courts, and disco room with stripper poles.
But now, the glittering additions will likely be stripped away as TMZ reports the estate will be turned into an assisted living facility for the elderly.
The rapper bought it from boxer Mike Tyson.