Mary J. Blige Loan Default: Singer Sued for Over $2 Million
Reuters reports that Blige and her husband Martin Kendu Isaacs are being sued for reportedly not making payments on a whopping $2.2 million dollar loan.
The suit was filed by Manhattan’s Signature Bank, and alleges that the loan was taken out in October 2011 and the couple defaulted in July 2012. The bank seeks repayment for the original loan, plus $58,000 in interest.
Blige has been performing for over 20 years and has sold over 50 million albums. Despite the huge sales it appears the singer may have money problems. Reuters reports the she was not available for comment. Her publicist also declined to comment.
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