After declaring bankruptcy, rapper 50 Cent needs to find a way to make “Just A Lil Bit” of money back. The “In Da Club” rapper is reportedly looking to earn some cash by renting one of his biggest assets to pay for lawsuits he lost.

Curtis Jackson, which is his real name, is searching for a renter for his 17 acre Farmington, Connecticut, home, TMZ reports. There’s no word on how much he’s asking for but it’s reported he pays $72,000 a month to maintain the home.

The 50,000 square foot home has 21 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, nine kitchens, a casino, but no candy shop. There is also a night club, movie theater, a swimming pool, a meeting room, a game room, his own personal gym, an indoor basketball court, an outdoor basketball court with “G-Unit” written at center court, a pond and a pond house.

Photos of the home can seen in the video clip below.

The master bedroom is a bi-level complete with a spiral staircase connecting both levels. The master bathroom is made with marble flooring, complete with a shower with a door and a TV. There is also a huge guest suite which has a view of the entire property.

The 40-year-old says he has about $108,000 in monthly expenses, which include his homes and personal expenses, Business Insider reports. 50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after he lost a lawsuit to a woman named Lastonia Leviston who took him on after he published a sex tape of her on the internet without her permission.

50 Cent’s legal team disclosed that to drum up cash to pay for two large lawsuits, he sold his entire catalog of music to the Kobalt Music Group for $6 million, the New York Daily News reports. In addition to the Leviston lawsuit, Sleek Audio also won a $17 million lawsuit against the rapper for stealing their headphone idea.