Woe Is Robert De Niro Who Claims That He’ll Be “Lucky” To Make $7.5 Million This Year Due To The Pandemic
Now for a heartbreaking story that will fill you with the sads. Robert De Niro was forced to cut his ex-wife’s monthly American Express limit from $100,000 to $50,000. Said ex, Grace Hightower, who he split from in 2018, responded by requesting an emergency order to raise her allowance back up to six figures.
But Robert says he’s taken a massive financial hit during the pandemic because the Nobu restaurants and luxury hotel he has stakes in have been closed (or partially closed) since March and aren’t making any money. Despite the Nobu brand receiving between $11 million and $28 million in PPP loans (the data released earlier in the week only disclosed the sum in ranges). Nobu-hoo, Nobu-hoo. An American tragedy. So basically, De Niro needs dinero. Continue reading
Todd Chrisley and his wife, Julie Chrisley, may have been cleared of tax evasion on a state-level but that doesn’t mean they don’t want to keep the legal drama flowing. It seems that they want to get some recompense for the pain they went through being audited (the horror!) and are now suing an IRS agent claiming he had a shady relationship with their daughter, Lindsie Chrisley and was using her to get information on them! Well Lindsie is calling bullshit: her dad is the only one who uses scandalous information against those in the family.
There was some sad news over a week ago when it was reported that director John Singleton was in the hospital after what was described as a mild stroke. Things got worse when it was revealed that the stroke was anything but mild and John was actually put in a medically induced coma. Things are now moving over into even worse territory, as now it’s being reported that while John is still in a coma his family is already fighting over all his money.
Cardi B Is Very Rich And Here To Tell You How The Very Rich Like Her Are Taxed 45% (Prepare To Weep For Her)
Cardi B is showing us that she’s really gearing up for that 2020 election season by posting another rant about the state of the world we live in. This time Cardi is breaking down taxes for the ultra wealthy and still somehow comes off as relatable. I think it’s the seven-inch long green press-on nails she’s wearing: I always trust a woman with nails too long to wipe her own ass.
If you ever needed more evidence we should tax the rich more: here’s Future showing all us peasants, who struggle to make rent and buy food within the same month, how he spends more than many earn in five years each month on the essentials like Chanel and Sneakers.
I mainly look at Marc Anthony and think of one of Cleopatra’s ancient Roman tricks, his song that made it on one of my NOW CDs from the 90s, and for being the ex-Mr. Jennifer Lopez. But I guess his money man looked at him for the last eight years and thought, “Hello, endless ATM.” Marc’s bookkeeper admitted Monday to stealing over $9 million from Marc between 2009 and 2017, and Marc is apparently so rich that he was just like, “I knew I lost some coins in the couch, but I didn’t know it was that much!” Continue reading