Toni! Toni! Toni! (As in “Braxton” not the “Feels Good” singers.) The ’90s chart-topper — she has sold a whopping 40 million albums, back when people actually bought records — has filed for bankruptcy yet again (the last time she declared insolvency was in 1998). This time, though, it’s for upwards of $50 million in debt, reports TMZ.com. Some of the creditors include The Four Seasons, Tiffany & Co., Neiman Marcus, American Express and Orkin Pest Control.
Doesn’t it seem odd that companies and corporations would lend millions of dollars in credit to someone who had already once declared bankruptcy? Or could they just not say no to the person who is responsible for the hit ballad “Unbreak My Heart”?