After recently filing for bankruptcy, Queens, New York rapper 50 Cent is now trying to bring in added income with what TMZ calls one of “his greatest assets.”

According to TMZ, following a meeting between 50 Cent and his creditors this week, the musician has chosen to sublet his mansion in Farmington, Connecticut.

“Since he filed for bankruptcy, 50’s been trying to dig out from under his debts, and during a meeting of his creditors on Wednesday … his lawyers revealed the rapper is now trying to sublet the mansion which features 21 bedrooms, 9 kitchens, and even a freakin’ CASINO!,” TMZ reports.

There is no word yet on how much the mansion will be rented out for. It has been reported that 50 Cent dishes out $72,000 per month on maintenance alone.

A “Rent Zestimate” for 50 Cent’s mansion, which is featured on the online real estate database Zillow, is listed at $2,225 per month.

The “Zestimate” for the rapper’s home, “the high and low estimate market value for which Zillow values a home,” has dropped dramatically over the past several years. In June 2009, the “Zestimate” for the mansion was listed at $12.9 million. This year, the home is listed at $711,000.

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