Toni Braxton could, as my father used to blatantly put it, “f*ck up a wet dream”. So this latest news about Toni and her financial f*ckery does not surprise me in the least. The question is this:
How many times can someone file for bankruptcy? Is there a limit to the amount of times you can run to the government and declare yourself broke? It seems like every few years, Toni Braxton is in the news for being broke. And here we are, yet again, addressing her status. Now comes news that the Braxton Family Values star is being sued for $57,000 in stolen advertising.
According to a company called National Promotions & Advertising, Braxton agreed to promote the show’s second season by posting over 4,000 posters of the show’s cat members all over the United States. The company claims it held up its end of the bargain but Braxton and the producers of the show did not and now they are taking all parties to court. NPA says it has been trying to receive their funds since last November with no luck and now they want the $57,000 plus damages.
I could have told NPA that they won’t be getting any money from Braxton, because in short?
She doesn’t have any to give them! Sure, she can spend thousands of dollars on weaves and makeup and clothes, but paying bills on time does not seem to be one of them. A representative for Braxton (she can afford one?!) says that she is not involved in the marketing of the series and that is left entirely up to the people at WEtv.
Haven’t we heard this before?
See you in court, Toni!