Have a cool $10 million to spare? Then you can live in the 17-acre, 21 bedroom, 25 bathroom home once occupied by the Baddest Man on the Planet and later on by the G-Unit rap mogul. Fif put the enormous home on the market back in 2009. First listing it at $14.5 million, now—four years later—the asking price is down to just under $10 million.
50 Cent is still trying to sell the Connecticut mansion Tyson used to live in.