When we heard Mary J. Blige's charity, The Foundation For the Advancement of Women Now, owed the bank more than $250,000 [click here if you missed that], we thought that was the worst of it.
Turns out that was only the tip of the iceberg...
Apparently FFAWN promised full 4 year scholarships to 25 underprivileged Bronx high school students but has not been fulfilling their obligations.
Checks written to colleges have bounced, several students are on the verge of being forced out of school and still others say they haven't received any money in over a year and have been forced to take out loans.
There's also an interesting connection between the failed scholarship fund and Mary's 'acceptance' to Howard University back in 2010 [click here if you missed that].
Apparently the Women's Academy where Mary chose her scholarship recipients also gave her the infamous honorary GED she tried to use to bolster claims she'd been accepted to Howard University when she had not.
And the kicker? In exchange for the honorary GED Mary was supposed to appear at the school for a rally to encourage the students and the one time she showed up, she only stayed for a few minutes, complained of jet lag and left.
Get it together, Mary.