50 Cent Is Not Broke Anymore – He Is Back In Credit

5o centRapper 50 Cent is in the clear after emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday, having repaid his debts with $8.7 million of his own cash and a $13.65 million malpractice settlement with his ex-lawyers.

The “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” singer filed for bankruptcy in Connecticut federal court in July 2015 shortly after a Florida woman, Lastonia Leviston, won a $7 million verdict against him in Manhattan state court.

He listed $36 million in debts and under $20 million assets.

The rapper, whose legal name is Curtis Jackson, drew criticism from the bankruptcy judge for posting social media photos of wads of cash while he claimed to be broke.

Jackson still had over four years to repay the debts under a court-approved bankruptcy plan.

The discharge approval says Jackson still owes unspecified amounts to Bentley, SunTrust Mortgage and $50,000 to two women who were injured at his concert in Massachusetts in 2004.

A spokesman for the rapper did not immediately comment.