Regardless of whether or not rumors of money trouble for Mary J. Blige prove true, a new story about her defaulting on yet another bank loan won’t do anything to dissuade speculation. Perhaps it’s another instance of bad accounting, but one thing is certain: I’m ready to buy another concert ticket for the cause.
Page Six says:
R&B diva Mary J. Blige is singing the money blues after she allegedly defaulted on a $500,000 Bank of America loan, according to a new lawsuit.
The 41-year-old Blige — whose album sales have topped 50 million — took out the loan in 2005 and made payments through June 2011, when she abruptly stopped, the Manhattan Supreme Court suit claims.
The soulful singer now owes more than $511,000, which includes a $497,000 unpaid principal plus interest, court papers charge.
The Bronx-born recording queen has reportedly defaulted on sizable loans in the past.
…and don’t you dare bring up a crispy chicken joke.
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