50 Cent is once again lowering the price for his Connecticut mansion. This time he dropped the price by close to 25%. According to the Associated Press, the G-Unit general dropped his asking price from $14.5 million to $10.9. The 50,000 square-foot home, originally owned by boxing titleholder Mike Tyson, features 19-bedrooms, its own club with stripper poles and more.
50 Cent first listed the home for a cool $18.5 million dollars back in May of 2007 then in December of last year he cut the price by nearly $4 million down to $14.5. 50 Cent is currently finishing his "Before I Self Destruct" album which should hit stores around September 29th on Interscope/Shady/G-Unit.