50 Cent's bankruptcy filing shows he has expenses of $108,000 a month, including $1,000 on grooming, $3,000 on wardrobe and $5,000 on gardening.
50 Cent's bankruptcy filing shows he has expenses of $108,000 a month, including $1,000 on grooming, $3,000 on wardrobe and $5,000 on gardening.

50 Cent has $108k expenses

50 CENT spends $4,000 a month on grooming and clothes.

The 'Candy Shop' rapper's bankruptcy filings show he has expenses of $108,000 a month, of which $1,000 is spent on his appearance, $3,000 on his wardrobe, $9,000 on security and $5,000 on gardening.

The bulk of his costs are the $72,000 a month he pays for his 50-room mansion, including bills, mortgage, insurance and property tax.

Despite a recent court testimony in a case brought against him by Lastonia Leviston - whose sex tape 50 allegedly posted online - in which the 40-year-old star denied owning a multitude of luxury vehicles and living a lavish lifestyle, the filings also state he owns seven cars, including a Rolls Royce and three Chevy Suburbans.

The 'Power' actor - whose real name is Curtis Jackson - also pays $14,6000 a month in support for his sons Marquise, 17, and two-year-old Sire, and his grandfather.

And though he spends $3,000 a month on his wardrobe, 50 owes his stylist, Erin McSherry, $5,245 in back pay, and he also has unspecified debts to his barber and personal trainer.

The rapper - who is due back in bankruptcy court tomorrow (05.08.15) - has a monthly income of $185,000, mainly from royalties and interest on various investments.

The rapper previously insisted he only filed for bankruptcy to protect his assets.

He explained: "You get a bullseye painted on your back when you're successful, and it's public, you become the ideal person for lawsuits."



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