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50 Cent's mansion broken into

50 Cent's home has been broken into.

Police were called to the 52-room mansion in Connecticut this morning (21.12.10) after security guards saw a suspicious car in the driveway and officers promptly arrested two men, after finding one of them drinking wine inside a closet.

According to gossip website TMZ, the two suspects entered through an unlocked door and were in possession of marijuana when police arrived to the home.

Both men were arrested and have been held on $50,000 bond.

While the 'Candy Shop' hitmaker is the owner of a huge 52-bedroom mansion, earlier this year he revealed he doesn't think his $400 million fortune is enough.

The rapper said his troubled upbringing made him believe that having a lot of money would solve all his problems, and even though he no longer thinks that is the case, he always strives to do better.

He said: "$400 million? I'm not sure how much I have, but that sounds great. I don't really think it'll ever be enough. I used to equate success with my finances because I didn't have anything, and when you don't have any money, it seems money is the answer to all your problems. Then you get money, and you've got a whole new set of problems."

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