50 Cent: Bankruptcy wasn't a big deal

According to reports, rapper 50 Cent who featured in Den of Thieves said that bankruptcy wasn't a big deal

author_img Team Indulge Published :  05th February 2018 10:49 AM   |   Published :   |  05th February 2018 10:49 AM
50 Cent

50 Cent

According to reports, rapper 50 Cent who featured in Den of Thieves said that bankruptcy wasn't a big deal.

He was quoted saying, "Bankruptcy wasn't a big deal for me. It was just me getting my discount. Reorganisation isn't broke, you know."

Reports suggest that The Get Rich or Die Tryin' hitmaker had filed for bankruptcy in Connecticut federal court in July 2015 shortly after a Florida woman named Lastonia Leviston won a $7 million verdict against him in Manhattan state court. But last year, he was discharged from bankruptcy after paying off a $22 million debt.

Media reports quoted him saying, "it is a fair exchange for being able to do the creative things I want to do. I can now buy everything I want to buy in the mall. But I can't go into the mall to buy it. I've lost the luxury of walking around freely. But at least there's Amazon."

If reports are to be believed, the rapper says acting is an escape for him."Acting allows me to be everything I'm not. It's the biggest escape possible. In music, you become the hit; you become the song you've created. It's like Mary J Blige. Her audience wants her to be in pain. When she's suffering, she becomes more likeable to her audience. For me, acting gives me the chance to break out of being me, to explore other parts of myself," he said.

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