Lol. 50cent posted photographs of himself encompassed by cash in the wake of recording liquidation in his court case and now a judge needs to know where the money he continues posting on Instagram is originating from.
The judge requested 50 Cent to clarify the photographs that demonstrate the him playing with colossal aggregates of money, saying the photographs bring questions up in regards to his genuine requirement for insolvency.
The photographs were exhibited in court by Lastonia Leviston's legal advisor. Lastonia won $7 million pay after 50cent shared her sextape online however she's not possessed the capacity to gather that cash since 50 Cent says he is down and out
'I'm worried about claims of nondisclosure and an absence of straightforwardness for the situation,' Judge Nevins said on Thursday at a hearing in Hartford, Connecticut, as indicated by a report via Mail Online 'There's a reason for having an insolvency procedure straightforward, and part of that object is to rouse trust all the while.'
The Wall Street Journal composed
'Two different gatherings—Mr. Jackson's home loan moneylender and an accomplice in a fizzled earphone bargain owed generally $18 million—went along with her in a battle to have an outside budgetary expert deal with his cash until he pay off the $30 million he owes lenders.'