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by Caroline Biggs

The rapper’s 50,000 square foot Connecticut estate—that used to belong to Mike Tyson—is officially back on the market, for just $8.5 million.


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In addition the 19 full and 16-half bathrooms, the palatial pad offers 21 bedrooms, multiple game rooms—including a casino—and a full-fledged nightclub with surround sound!

There’s also an indoor pool, hot tub, recording studio, green screen room, and home theater.

And of course, a proper sports court—for playing everything from tennis to basketball indoors—complete with a G-Unit logo!

It’s also one of the only homes in the entire state of Connecticut that’s been approved for helicopter landings!


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The backyard boasts a lagoon-style pool, grotto, pond, and another basketball court, making the nearly $10 million asking price seem like a real steal.