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first_imgRapper 50 Cent filed for bankruptcy this past July, citing expensive lawsuits that have eaten into his multi-million dollar fortune. However, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ann M. Nevins has raised concerns over Instagram posts the rapper has made over the past several months in which he is shown displaying large amounts of cash.Owing approximately $30 million to various creditors, Judge Nevins ordered 50 Cent to appear in court, saying she was “concerned about allegations of nondisclosure or a lack of transparency in the case.” The creditors allege that he failed to disclose property holdings as well as payments he might have received from public performances. 50 Cent’s legal representatives say the rapper will report to court to address the complaints. [H/T Time]last_img