Rapper 50 Cent is set to invite a group of lucky fans into his home to "hang out" as part of a $5,000 (£3,100) promotion linked to his new album.
The In Da Club hitmaker put together a "bundle" that allows superfans the chance to spend time with 50 when they buy his new album Animal Ambition.
He explains, "We came up with, 'Maybe if we have a weekend...' where they can hang out (with me)... at the house. It sold out... It's gonna be a party."
But lusty fans hoping to get extra close to 50 during the sleepover will be out of luck.
He explains, "I'm actually gonna lock my (bedroom) door that night."
There will be plenty for the fans to do - 50 Cent's home, which he bought from boxer Mike Tyson, includes a night club, racketball and basketball courts, indoor and outdoor pools.
He adds, "It's like a day spa. It's a facility for people - you're supposed to invite people and entertain them."
Offering up the bundle, which also includes limited edition T-shirts and earphones on shop.50cent.com, the rapper writes, "You and 2 of your friends will get to Hang out with 50 at his Mansion in Connecticut for the Weekend and get to experience the good life."
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