Judge Suggests Soulja Boy Cut Expenses To Pay $472K He Owes Ex Girlfriend After Losing Assault Case
Soulja Boy’s net worth is currently in the negative and a judge has suggested that he move out of his mansion where he pays $25K a month to live at in order to pay his ex-girlfriend for allegedly bashing her head with a gun back in 2019.
She was awarded $472K in a lawsuit filed against him.
According to Radar Online, Soulja Boy was recently denied by a judge to have the 6-figure judgement thrown out after stating he is struggling financially. Soulja Boy says that he rents his Los Angeles mansion, doesn’t own any property, has a car collection, and only has 18K in jewelry.
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The judge, who found his argument “unpersuasive”, suggested that he cut back on his expenses instead, saying, “Someone as close to zero (financially) as defendant claims to be might want to scale down the living arrangements.
$25,000 is a lot of monthly rent—even in Los Angeles. There is no reason of which the court is aware that he could not relocate to a more “modest” $10,000/month home.”
Soulja Boy also claims that his booked shows for 2023 has since been canceled and that he owes $1M in tax debt. The judge said, “And while it is not clear that defendant could just snap his fingers and book as many shows as he would like, neither is it clear that he cannot work at all.
It might not be the work he wants (and he might not be headlining), but the court has no reason to believe that he cannot perform at all,” this past week during a court hearing.
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