Debt collectors singing “Seven Whole Days without a payment from you” off key is probably the type of messy ass voicemails Toni Braxton has grown accustomed to receiving, but this shit right here? It’s enough to make me break out my ‘Secrets’ cassette tape and soak in the vocals of the female Elvis Presley.
According to reports, during her second bankruptcy case the singer was presented with the opportunity to snatch up 27 hit songs from her music catalog for $20,000 when they were placed on the auction block for grabs. However, she risked losing it all if she was outbid.
Well, a buyer named Ross M. Klein hit that ass with a Birdman hand rub and did just that. Klein doubled Braxton’s buy-back rate, snagging 27 of her hits, including “How Many Ways,” “You’re Making Me High” and “Always.”
Let this be a lesson. There’s no shame in creating a Go Fund Me campaign. I would’ve donated $2 and retweeted the link to my Twitter followers.
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