50 Cent's Instagram has to be one of the most entertaining pages in hip-hop, especially when beef pops off. But some of the Queens rapper's attempts to be entertaining have backfired. Now Fif is being dragged back into bankruptcy court over photos he posted flashing large amounts of cash and bragging about spending big bank.

As previously reported, 50 filed for bankruptcy last July following a lost court battle where he was ordered to pay over $5 million to Rick Ross' child's mother Lavonia Leviston for putting her sex tape on the internet.

Since then, the rapper has been posting pictures on Instagram in an attempt to prove that he is not flat broke. In one instance in October, he posted back to back photos of himself poking fun at his alleged empty pockets. In one, he spells out the word "broke" using thousands of dollars in cash. In another picture, he sits on a bed while stacks of cash lie beside him.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ann M. Nevins is tired of the antics. 50's lawyers were called to court on Thursday (Feb. 18) to answer for his stunting. "I'm concerned about allegations of nondisclosure or a lack of transparency in the case," Nevins told them.

"There's a purpose of having a bankruptcy process be transparent, and part of that purpose is to inspire confidence in the process," the judge added.

Another post the judge had issue with was a video Fif posted back in September of a house he was supposedly having built in Africa, and another for a show he did but didn't report.

50 Cent has been ordered to show up in court in person to answer for all his flossing.

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