Just in case you’re thinking about celebrities to DM for a generous donation, do yourself a favor and make sure 50 Cent is on the list.
The millionaire “Power” executive producer has been known to splurge on more than a few luxurious items.
Here are five times 50 Cent’s extravagant purchases caught the attention of his fans.
The Bling of it All
Fif reportedly owned about $300,00 worth of jewelry at one point, but that didn’t stop him from trying to convince a judge in 2015 that he only owns three chains.
“I take the jewelry and the cars back to the stores,” he said.
The judge, apparently not buying it, ordered him to pay $34 million in damages resulting from two separate lawsuits.
In more recent news, the rapper was criticized for buying his 7-year-old son the iced out nameplate pictured above.
The Time Keeper
On a few occasions, 50 Cent has flashed his Krieger watch, which is manufactured in Switzerland and worth $1,000 on the low-end and upward of $7,000 on the high.
In a category all of its own, Fif’s motorcycle of choice, the Yamaha YZH R1, is a low-priced item for the millionaire. It was sold for around $8,500 and has a suggested list price around $14,000.
The Ride, More Like Rides
When Fif first purchased his Ferrari FF in 2011, it was worth around $300,000. With a limited number made between 2011 and 2016, the value has reportedly soared to new heights, and 50 Cent’s FF was customized to be a golden-beige color.
He’s also picked up an $800,000 2008 Maserati MC12, at least three Rolls-Royces and a set of Ferarris, with one alone for sale for $3 million in 2014.
And please let’s not forget Fif’s partnership with Parker Brother Concepts in 2012 to develop a custom street-safe jet car that promises to be “the best of a Formula 1 race car and a jet fighter,” according to the Huffington Post.
No luxe celebrity spending list would be complete without a costliest of costly million-dollar mansion.
Fif purchased his 50,000 sqft. Farmington mansion in 2003 for $4.1 million, and he recently sold it for only $2.9 million after dropping the price more than once.
The space, which noted boxer Mike Tyson formerly owned, features a nightclub, casino room, basketball court, pool and, get this — a helipad.