50 Cent trolled his bankruptcy judge after he appeared in court today (March 9). Page Six reports that he showed at 11 a.m. EST, three hours prior to the hearing’s scheduled start time.
The G-Unit rapper and Judge Ann Nevins were to debate over the authenticity of money that appears in posts 50 Cent publishes on Instagram.
After the hearing, 50 Cent took to the social media platform to post a picture of himself with one hundred dollar bills in the waist band for his suit pants. He is eating M&Ms.
“I had to go to court today because,” he originally wrote for the caption.
“For some reason people love me,” he writes in an updated post. “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”
Nevins questioned 50 Cent last month, saying “I’m concerned about allegations of nondisclosure or a lack of transparency in the case.”
The Power producer filed documents yesterday (March 9) saying that the money is fake and is used to maintain his public image.
50 Cent filed for bankruptcy in July. He owes a reported $28 million to various creditors, including $7 million to Lastonia Leviston for posting a sex tape of her in the midst of his beef with Rick Ross.
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