Curtis Jackson, known to fans as rapper 50 Cent, is in hot water due to some Instagram posts showing him flashing cash. The story doesn’t end there. Last year, Jackson lost a lawsuit filed by Lastonia Leviston stemming from putting her sex tape on the web. Possibly in hopes of escaping the $7 million judgement, Jackson filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Connecticut. Next came images on social media of Jackson proudly pointing to stacks of cash. This caught the attention of Leviston and Jackson’s other creditors, including  a headset company that’s owed $18 million. Jackson’s attorneys tried to explain. They wrote, “By including pictures from Mr. Jackson’s social media accounts and implying he’s hiding assets, the three creditors ignore that Mr. Jackson is in the entertainment and promotion business and must maintain his brand and image (or those of the products he’s promoting).” However, bankruptcy judge Ann Nevins wasn’t satisfied and ordered Jackson to appear back in her court to give a fuller explanation. On Tuesday, the rapper’s lawyers revealed that “The cash depicted in the social media postings is not real. The postings, which amongst other things, make use of stage or prop money, are part of the Debtor’s routine social media marketing activities and relate directly to the Debtor’s various business interests. Prop money is routinely used in the entertainment industry, including movies, television shows, videos and social media postings.” This may ease the judge’s concerns, but what about the U.S. Secret Service, which is responsible for protecting the counterfeiting of U.S. currency? Robert Hoback, a spokesperson for the agency, wouldn’t comment directly on Jackson’s case but did point out a FAQ on the Secret Service website pertaining to rules regarding the printing, publishing and illustration of U. S. currency. It remains to be seen where things go from here. Hoback did say that if the agency is made aware of the appearance of phony money, it will investigate. With eight days remaining until the release of her new single, rapper Iggy Azalea shared a snippet of the track “Team” with fans. The “Fancy” rapper also shared the single via Twitter in a video where she asked “Are you fucking with the team?” “Team” will be the lead single from her sophomore album “Digital Distortion”, the follow up go 2014’s “The New Classic”. No release date has been determined. Questlove isn’t only a musical genius, he’s a culinary junkie as well. The Roots member is set to publish a new food-centric book along with New York Times best selling author Ben Greenman titled “Somethingtofoodabout: Exploring Creativity With Innovative Chefs”. Featuring Quest’s food journeys from New York City to Los Angeles to New Orleans to his hometown of Philadelphia, the gifted drummer talks with chefs about their “personal histories, their creative processes and their insight into innovations in food”, per a news report. Travel and food personality Anthony Bourdain  penned the book’s forward. The 43-year-old musician released the book “Mo Meta Blues: The World According to Questlove” in 2013. “Somethingtofoodabout” will  hit book shelves via Clarkson Potter on April 12. Malaysian singer/songwriter Yuna sets  her sights on the world in the visual for the DJ Premiere produced single “Places To Go”. The black and white clip begins with a brief preface from Yuna . “Places To Go” will be included on her upcoming third album “Chapters”, which also includes the duet with Usher “Crush”. Before the release of her album on May 20, she will embark on 15-date tour starting April 29 in Washington, DC, hitting all major cities this spring.