Wednesday, 24 February 2016

50 Cent Taunts Lastonia Leviston By Showing Pictures Of Him Surrounded By Piles Of Cash

Rapper 50 Cent shared this photo on Instagram just days after a judge asked him to explain similar images as part of his bankruptcy case

Just days after a judge ordered him to explain similar images. Bankrupt rapper 50 Cent has published another photo of himself surrounded by piles piles of cash. Judge Ann Nevins said last week that the 40-year-old rapper's Instagram photos are raising doubts about his actual need for bankruptcy.

She was referring to several pictures that show him playing with huge sums of cash - arranged to spell out the word 'BROKE', spread around him on a bed or stacked in his fridge.

50 Cent, real name Curtis James Jackson III, seemed completely oblivious to her concerns and shared a similar photo on his Instagram account.  The new picture shows him posing in front of a wall of cash made out of towering piles of money.

One of the photos shows stacks of cash next to a bottle of Effen vodka in 50 Cent's fridge. The images were flagged by Lastonia Leviston, who won $7 million in a sex-tape dispute but hasn’t been able to collect that money because 50 Cent says he is broke

The rapper filed for bankruptcy in June last year after a judge ordered him to pay millions of dollars to Lastonia Leviston over a sex-tape lawsuit. 'I'm concerned about allegations of nondisclosure and a lack of transparency in the case,' bankruptcy judge Nevins said on Thursday at a hearing in Hartford, Connecticut.

Previous images like this one, in which $100 bills spell out the word 'BROKE', created doubt about his financial situation, bankruptcy judge Ann Nevins said last week

'There's a purpose of having a bankruptcy process be transparent, and part of that purpose is to inspire confidence in the process.'  She added that bankruptcy is a place where 'honest, but unfortunate' people can get a fresh start, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Three pictures were causing the judge major concerns at the time.