See 50 Cent’s reaction when offered $4.2 million for his mansion
“We feel a little nervous, in a good way. We have some really good news,” Fredrik tells the 42-year-old Power star in Us Weekly’s exclusive sneak peek of the episode. “Remember the offer? They were in the high threes. We got them up to $4.2 million for the house. All cash, closing in 30 days. The good thing is [there’re] no contingencies. There’s hardly any inspections. They want it, they’re ready, they’re obsessed … is that a yes?"
50 Cent bought the house in 2003 for $4.1 million and it was previously owned by Mike Tyson. While it’s been 15 years and the price has gone up, he still didn’t seem impressed.
“4.2 … I had this idea. I feel like …” he says, looking a bit hesitant to share his thoughts.
The home features six kitchens, a movie theater, a gym and a formal dining room that includes Tyson’s original table and a very fancy chandelier. “I could have bought a BMW instead of this s—t,” 50 told Fredrik of the Phillippe Starck Baccarat crystal chandelier.
Million Dollar Listing New York airs on Bravo Monday, July 2, at 9 p.m. ET.