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What Bankruptcy? 50 Cent Caught Throwing Bills At Strippers In Hollywood

For someone named after money, 50 Cent has no idea how you're supposed to act when you file for bankruptcy.

Just one day after claiming chapter 11, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson was filmed literally throwing money at strippers in a West Hollywood strip club.

The weirdest part of this story is since he filed for bankruptcy on Monday, Fiddy has seemingly spent most of his time assuring people he isn't actually broke.

He posted this picture to Instagram on Tuesday with the caption, “Times are hard out here LMAO #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO.”

In an interview with E! News, Jackson said,

Walt Disney has filed for bankruptcy before. Donald Trump has filed bankruptcy. It means you’re reorganizing your finances. But, it does stop things from moving forward that you don’t want moving forward.

In May, Forbes magazine estimated Jackson was worth around $155 million.

It is speculated he claimed bankruptcy as a sort of financial defensive play after being ordered to pay Lastonia Leviston $5 million for a sex tape he released in an alleged attempt to piss off Rick Ross.

Though he did file for bankruptcy, it's not crazy to believe Jackson is still rolling in comically large wads of cash.

The rapper was in “Magic Mike XXL,” has a major role in “Southpaw” and is set to release his next album, Street King Immortal, later this year.

He also is currently starring in the show “Power.”

Maybe I’ll file for bankruptcy; it looks pretty fun.

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Eitan Levine

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Eitan Levine is a New York City based comedian and writer covering trending news for Elite Daily. He is also a weekly performer at The PIT and Magnet Theater in New York and the founder/co-host of “Who Won The Internet?”, which airs weekly ...
Eitan Levine is a New York City based comedian and writer covering trending news for Elite Daily. He is also a weekly performer at The PIT and Magnet Theater in New York and the founder/co-host of “Who Won The Internet?”, which airs weekly ...

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