T-Pain reveals he’s paying brother’s medical bills totaling over $1 million

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T-Pain performs onstage at Gabrielle's Angel Foundation's Angel Ball 2017 at Cipriani Wall Street on October 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Gabrielle's Angel Foundation For Cancer Research )

Rapper T-Pain has revealed that his brother is suffering from a mystery illness and bills for his medical treatment so far totals over $1 million.

The Florida native went on Instagram Thursday to share that his brother spent the past month in two separate hospitals, and he’s now paying the $1,402,977 cost for the medical treatment, Complex reports. One of the bills is a jaw-dropping $1.13 million, with another totaling $270,231.

“I first wanna say thank you to all the ppl that were involved in keeping my brother alive,” T-Pain wrote in the caption. “I can’t express enough gratitude to the medical staff that kept my family whole.”

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He didn’t reveal specific details about what led to his brother’s extended hospital stay, only noting that: “My brother was in two hospitals for a total of a month and some change. Just got the bills.”

In related news, the auto-tune singer is facing a lawsuit filed by his former managers who claim he blew through millions because the can’t stop spending.

T-Pain, real name Faheem Najm, filed suit against management firm Chase Entertainment saying they owe him at least $1 million in misappropriated earnings.

Chase’s lawyers have hit back, and in their lawsuit they allege the hip hop star only has himself to blame and that he actually owes them $1 million in unpaid commissions, All Hip Hop reports.

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“Sadly, much of that money was squandered by T-Pain, despite Chase’s entreaties to T-Pain over the years that he control his profligate spending habits,” their filing reads. “Unfortunately, T-Pain’s financial self-destructive conduct continued unabated even after the parties ended their professional relationship.”

As noted by Page Six, it’s been a wild year for the artist. In February, he sued a booking agency for $27,000. In September, he was detained at an airport after security spotted his handgun. The guns are registered in his name so he faced no charges. Instead, he had to pay a $200 fine, the report states.