50 Cent continues to get his pockets patted by the bankruptcy court, and in the latest revelation about the Queens rapper's assets, 50 is claiming he does not own the mansion in Africa that he posted on Instagram last year.

Fif is currently waist deep in bankruptcy proceedings once again after a judge recently called into question his Internet flexing. Now the G-Unit boss is having to answer for it. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Fiddy is now claiming he does not own real estate in The Mother Land. "I do not, nor have I ever owned, any real property in Africa," Jackson wrote in legal documents that were recently filed for his bankruptcy case.

50 posted footage of the lavish abode being made last September, a few months after he filed for bankruptcy following losing a $5 million lawsuit to Rick Ross' child's mother. In the video, which has since been deleted by the rapper, Fif strolls the grounds of the property while finishing touches are being put on the pad by workers. "My crib is almost finished in AFRICA. I'm gonna have the craziest House warming party ever. I'll explain later," he captioned the vid.

Earlier this week, 50 had to admit to the courts that he posts fake money on Instagram in order to keep up his image. However, documents reveal he is far from destitute.

Photo: Instagram @50Cent

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