Multi-Grammy winning R&B sensation, Mary J. Blige is experiencing some more drama and serious financial problems.
The R&B singer was recently sued for allegedly defaulting on a $500,000 bank loan from Bank of America, according to court documents filed by the bank.
The “No More Drama” singer also failed to pay another loan worth $2.2 million dollars from Signature Bank, and the bank is not only collecting the $2.2 million, but is also recouping another $58,000 in interest, according to legal documents filed by the bank in New York State Supreme Court.
The drama continues with Blige also getting hit with a $901,769.65 tax lien from the state in which she has her real estate, New Jersey, according to tax documents obtained by TMZ.
These are some of the financial issues the 42-year-old singer is going through. But sadly, there is more.
Mary J. Blige’s charity was sued to pay a $250,000 dollar loan, which the singer blames her staff for not properly handling.
“The problem is that I didn’t have the right people in the right places doing the right things,” said Blige about her charity.
Blige’s publicists and people were reached out for comment, and no one has returned any calls on this matter.
Looks like Mary J. Blige is not getting any “Real Love” at this time, but we certainly hope these “Growing Pains” will end soon.