Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Singer Toni Braxton Loses Rights to 27 of Her Songs Due to 2nd Bankruptcy
R&B singer Toni Braxton is no longer the owner of the rights to 27 of her songs including "You're Making Me High," "How Many Wars," and "Always" after losing them in a bidding war. She does, however, get to keep her hit song, "Un-Break my heart."
Just how much debt is Toni in? According to TMZ, the six-time Grammy award winner filed for bankruptcy in 2010 claiming debts as high as $50 million. And this is her second bankruptcy; She filed bankruptcy the first time back in 1998 on debts of about $4 million.
Toni, who is 45-years old, also just last week officially ended her 12-year marriage to Keri Lewis.
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