T-Pain Recalls To Borrow Money To Burger King After Blowing $40 Million

HipHop News Posted on August 12, 2019 at 4:29am

T-Pain Recalls To Borrow Money To Burger King After Blowing $40 Million

Broke, broke.

New York, NY – T-pain sat down for an interview with The Breakfast Club where he made a sobering admission. The unofficial "Godfather of Auto-Tune," he said in a moment of his career he had approximately $40 million in his bank account, but due to the bad business decisions, he wound up with nothing.

"At that time I was running out of money," he said in a clip. "When my accountant was like, 'dude, you just buy a Bugatti, you are out of money.' And I was like, 'no, I'm not. I came to this house I want to get. I have this other home of my helpers, for my runners and producers.'.centered-ad {

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"So we bought a house after that and we started going crazy with the money, and I was not paying attention. I thought that if I don't have access to my own accounts, then I wouldn't have to look at it. So you know what I'm saying? It was a bad business choices."

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