50 Cent is trying to wrap up his bankruptcy case, and reach an agreement in which he would pay most of the $31 million he owes to his creditors.
However a barrier to Fif cutting a deal is Judge Ann Nevins, who has expressed her distaste for 50's Instagram shenanigans -- which include flexing what Fif says is fake cash.
50 was back in court yesterday, and Nevins had some advice for the 40-year old.
“I am not trying to impede on anyone’s right to exercise free speech. But I would appreciate it if we can keep the tone of this case very serious,” Nevins warned. “You have all been advised. This is not funny." “I want to make this very clear, that I am discouraging the use of social media to comment on this case, especially when parties are in a courtroom or in the conference room,” she added.That caught Fif's attention.
“Instagram? Nah, that’s not me anymore,” he pledged.Last month, 50 Cent had claimed he was ditching IG. But it looks like he's been back on it.
Is Fif's IG addiction going to do him in?