Last month, 50 Cent reached a deal with his creditors that stipulated he pay as much as 74% of what he originally owed them. At one point he referred to such an agreement as "indentured servitude," but in the end he acquiesced.
Perhaps Kanye revealing his personal debt on Twitter has inspired other rappers to do the same. Yesterday, former Hot Boys member Turk went on Instagram to admit to a $5 million debt of his own, an amount that he is unable to pay.
50 Cent, who infamously declared bankruptcy in a potential bid to avoid paying damages to Rick Ross’ baby mother for a stolen sex tape (among other debts), may be in additional legal trouble.
As you all probably know, 50 Cent owes a lot of money to a few select creditors, including Sleek Audio, SunTrust Bank, and Lastonia Leviston, Rick Ross' baby mother, to whom 50 owes $7 million for uploading a stolen copy of a sex tape of hers to YouTube i
Last night's episode of "Empire" debuted a Terrence Howard-Petey Pablo collabo banger called "Snitch Bitch." It was basically Howard's timeless classic "Whoop That Trick" from "Hustle and Flow," only if "Whoop That Trick" were made in jail.
DMX's hard times aren't over just yet. Despite the good news that Swizz Beats is executive producing his new album, and the fact that he settled his child support debt, he's still in financial turmoil, some of which may be his estranged wife's fault.