50 Cent made quite a statement when he arrived to bankruptcy court on Wednesday – the 40-year-old artist had wads of dollar bills stuffed in his pants!
According to TMZ, the court hearing in Hartford, Connecticut, was called because of 50 Cent's penchant for showing off what may be examples of his ummmmm taxable income on Instagram, which is of concern to his creditors in his ongoing bankruptcy case. Court documents reveal that 50 Cent claims he only uses prop money in his snaps, TMZ reports.
"For some reason people love me. I went to court today and all I felt was love. They asked me about money I said I ain't got none, but if you want some m&m's here ya go. #EFFENVODKA," 50 Cent wrote on Instagram on Wednesday alongside a pic of him with the cash in question.
The extent of 50 Cent's money troubles stem back to 2015, when the rapper filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in February of that year, reporting assets and debts between $10 million and $50 million. ET obtained the bankruptcy court papers, which revealed 50 Cent's $108,000 a month spending sprees.
The GRAMMY winner's resume not only includes his experience as a rapper and an actor, but many business ventures as well. 50 Cent is the creator of G-Unit Clothing Company, a shareholder of VitaminWater and Effen Vodka, co-creator, co-star and executive producer of the STARZ television drama, Power, and owner of film production companies G-Unit Films and Cheetah Vision.
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