50 Cent, who has a slew of money troubles, thinks that creditors are turning him into their personal slave.
Money collectors -- primarily Sleek Audio, SunTrust Bank and Lastonia Leviston -- in his well-documented bankruptcy case are asking a judge to approve their payback plan that sees him turning over a large portion of his earnings to them.
He reportedly owes creditors $30 million.
50, though, thinks this is blasphemy and actually believes that it violates the constitution -- yes, the constitution.
The rapper-actor, according to TMZ, said the payment plan violates the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which bans slavery and involuntary servitude.
In his mind, the payment plans creates "a near-indefinite period of involuntary indentured servitude," he said, adding that he would work solely for the creditors' benefit, with no take home money of his own.
50 says, "The plan conditions [50's] access to food and shelter on the whims of the trustee, who answers only to the [creditors]."
Furthermore, he says that the plan amounts to "compulsive labor" which he says is unconstitutional.
50, we'll have to see what the judge says about that one!
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