A big baller has bought the rights to over two dozen of Toni Braxton’s songs right under her nose.
The Grammy Award-winning singer needed to buy back the rights to her music, due to the terms of a bankruptcy deal she entered into with various debtors. The music catalog she planned to purchase back was worth $20,000, however TMZ reports that she was recently outbid.
Sources say a man named Ross M. Klein doubled Braxton’s price and he walked away with hits like “You’re Making Me High,” “How Many Ways,” and “Always.”
According to reports, Klein now owes a total of 27 Toni Braxton classics.
Toni’s camp has yet to comment on her musical loss.
Toni Braxton Loses The Rights To 27 Songs Due To Bankruptcy was originally published on hellobeautiful.com