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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.

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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.


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