Judge Mathis Claims He Is Returning To Commercial Flight Because Private Flights Were Depleting His Grandchildren’s College Fund

In his caption, the TV judge remarked, "Back flying commercial." “Those private jets were paying for my grandchildren's education.”

Judge Greg Mathis is committed to living within his means so that he can provide for his grandchildren. The well-known TV judge is known for his harsh love and legal knowledge, but he also utilizes his platform to promote financial responsibility. The 61-year-old, who is from Detroit, took a selfie on a commercial aircraft on Sunday. Despite the fact that he’s probably made a good living as a television court program arbitrator, he revealed that he prefers to fly commercial over expensive private flights in order to assist support his grandchildren’s college tuition. So don’t be surprised if you see Judge Mathis on your next flight, as he revealed his fiscally sensible decision.

In his caption, the TV judge remarked, “Back flying commercial.” “Those private jets were paying for my grandchildren’s education.” I always choose paying for college for future generations over my own personal convenience.” Judge Mathis was praised for his choice, with many people praising him for his openness and willingness to make a sacrifice for his children. One Roommate wrote, “Real parents make sacrifices, and grandparents love the most!!” Another commented, “There’s no need to explain how you spend your money to someone who can’t even match it.” Ben Baller, a celebrity jeweler, even chimed in to corroborate the true cost of the VIP flights.“

People forget that a round trip private plane from Los Angeles to Miami costs $75,000. Don’t be surprised to see me flying commercial or renting a plane to Asia for roughly $250,000-$300,000 (with the worst possible scary experience with turbulence and possibly needing to stop and refuel). “Save your money unless this isn’t for you,” he said.

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