The reports suggests that sale fell through, as the previously-bankrupted Candy Shop hitmaker is still responsible for the luxe New England property.
According to online publication, authorities were contacted on May 9th after the rapper's security alarm noticed an entry alarm went off.
Mail Online have contacted 50 Cent's rep for comment. The 41-year-old rapper - who had previously cited debts of million and assets of less than million in 2015 - beamed as he slowly drove his luxury vehicle which ranges from a base price 0,000 to 8,000, according to Guide Auto Web Luxury: The In Da Club rapper - who burst onto the music scene in 2003 with his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin' - flaunted his enviable car with custom oil slick-inspired paintwork around the city, while sporting an eye-catching red baseball cap and black tee His extravagant display in the Big Apple comes six months after a hearing in Hartford, Connecticut in February when Judge Ann Nevins discharged his bankruptcy case after he paid back more than million.
The rapper, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, filed for bankruptcy in 2015, citing debts of million and assets of less than million.
Striking: On the exterior contrasting the iridescent-coloured body, matte silver paint was applied to hood, windshield and grille surround, which added to the other custom work would cost at least another 0,000, according to Car And Auto In March last year, Judge Nevins demanded that he explain several Instagram posts that showed the rapper surrounded by stacks of cash.
The judge told the rapper's lawyer the photographs made her concerned about allegations 50 Cent wasn't being truthful about his finances.
He then spent over million renovating the home's gym, racquetball courts, and equipping the onsite 'disco room' with stripper poles.
It said 387 passengers were arrested last year for causing alcohol-fuelled disruption at airports or on aircraft – a rise of 50 per cent on 2015.
Joyce was later charged with 2nd degree burglary, trespassing, criminal mischief and attempted larceny.
Fifty first tried to offload the multi-million dollar home after filing for bankruptcy in 2015.
BBC1’s Panorama collected the information from 18 of the 20 police forces that cover Britain’s airports.
Licensing laws which affect pubs, bars and shops do not apply to ‘airside’ areas of airports, the zones in which passengers wait for flights after passing through security.