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The Breakfast Club makes a mockery of Tisha Campbell-Martin’s financial situation.

Toni Akindele
Apr, 08, 2016

With a disrespectful goal of raising $1,220, The Breakfast Club has decided to make a mockery of Tisha Campbell-Martin’s financial situation.

After the actress and her hubby Duane Martin declared bankruptcy earlier this week, the morning show launched a GoFundMe for the couple. The "Damn Gina" fundraiser states that the “The Breakfast Club wants to help Tisha Campbell-Martin aka Gina from the hit 90's TV show Martin raise money to help pay off her $15 million debt with husband Duane Martin. We are asking for $1,220, which equals $10 per episode she filmed for "Martin". Please help The Breakfast Club show our appreciation for all that she has done for the 90's culture. #DamnGina.”

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So far they've raised $1,320 in funds.

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Earlier this week, Tisha and Duane issued a statement saying they had filed for bankruptcy because they had gotten "involved with some loans before the crash, couldn't agree to a settlement with the banks" so they filed to reorganize their finances.

But there's nothing funny about Tisha and Duane's decision. Or their financial situation.

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