50 Cent Admits To Faking Money Piles In Social Media Photo

50 Cent Admits To Faking Money Piles In Social Media Photo

50 Cent may not be as broke as some people first thought, but the Hip Hop mogul’s Instagram post using stacks of “money” to prove he is not struggling was apparently phony. That is according to documents 50 filed in court on Tuesday.

The Hartford Courant reports 50 filed a statement to the bankruptcy court claiming a picture of the rapper with piles of cash spelling “broke” were just props and not real money. Judge Ann Nevins is ordering 50 Cent to appear back in court on Wednesday, and the U.S. trustee’s office wants the judge to appoint an examiner to review the rapper’s assets.

There were other posts on 50 Cent’s social media accounts that also seemed to flaunt his wealth. The G-Unit boss claimed it is all for show in order to maintain his public image. However, other documents present 50 having around $64 million in property and assets.