50 Cent Blasts The Justice System & Quits Instagram After Appearing In Bankruptcy Court

(AllHipHop News) When 50 Cent emerged from a bankruptcy hearing a few days ago, the Hip Hop mogul announced, “I went to court today and all I felt was love.” That sentiment has seemed to change.

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50 posted several messages to his Instagram page where he blasted the justice system. The G-Unit leader claimed to be a target of the courts because of his wealth and relationship to Hip Hop.

In an even more shocking development, 50 announced he will no longer operate his IG account. The “Too Rich for The B*tch” rapper was accused by some of his creditors of not accurately reporting all of his income, partly because 50 posted photographs of cash to social media. The Queens native insisted the money was fake.

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Read what 50 Cent wrote on Instagram and check out his posts in the gallery below.

The system is so messed up, the law applies differently to people based on the personal perception of them. It’s amazing how bad it is it’s sad.

When you make money you become a target ?. Not only by people who feel there competitors, but by system it self. The lawyers take someone’s case to go after your hard earned money pro bono.

When a judge reads a prepared statement to start proceedings to state they treat everyone the same in court. You should be concerned, I already new I would be treated differently. They know the difference between chapter 11 and chapter 7 they just never saw anyone from Hip Hop culture use it.

I have millions of dollar in my company’s, the court knows this. I was accused of committing fraud with nothing but a IG photo. I can careless what these people think of me but it’s not right. Now someone from secret service is asking if prop money was counter fitted. How the fuck would I know that sh*t head? Smh

I’m done with IG after tonight, someone else will operate it for me.

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