50 Cent recently filed bankruptcy documents, and the details have been reported by theJasmineBrand.com.
In the docs, 50 Cent allegedly revealed that he had borrowed $20,000 from Omari Hardwick, which the documents show he repaid by having the full amount sent to his Power co-star in cash.
The legal documents also showed the resolution of the legal battle that he had been in with luxury auto shop Phenomenal Vinyl. He reportedly reached a confidential settlement with them, with both parties agreeing to drop their charges against each other.
50 Cent had sued Phenomenal Vinyl, Rim Source Motorsports and Forgiato last year for using his face and name to sell their products and services. He said that they had worked on his cars, but he had told them that they should not use him to sell their wares, a deal that he claimed they went back on, though the company claimed that he gave them his implied consent to use the photos.
The luxury auto shop sued 50 Cent in return for $21,781.81 that they claimed he owed them for work that they did on his Bentley Mulsanne. The work totalled $31,781.81, but 50 Cent only paid the first $10,000. He claimed that the work was overpriced as retaliation for his lawsuit and claimed that they were holding his car hostage.
Now, both sides have since settled, with bankruptcy docs showing 50 Cent getting $50,000 from Phenomenal Vinyl and $10,000 from Forgiato.