50 Cent Demands Lawsuit Money From Teairra Mari


50 Cent desires Teairra Mari to pay up.

Last month, the hip-hop mogul received the revenge porn lawsuit filed towards him by the “Love & Hip Hop” star. A Los Angeles decide dismissed all claims towards the rapper and ordered that Mari pay $30,618 to cowl a part of 50’s authorized payments.

But in response to 50, he has but to obtain the cash. Taking to Instagram on Friday (Feb. 15), he publicly demanded fee from the singer and confirmed little sympathy.

“Bitch in the event you don’t give me my motherfucking Money,” he wrote. “What’s taking you so lengthy? Oh 😳you ain’t acquired no cash.🤔determine it out.”

This is just not the primary time 50 has referred to as out Teairra on Instagram. Last month, he additionally demanded his cash. “Bitch I’m not gonna inform you once more, I need my cash now,” he wrote.

In May, Mari sued 50 Cent and her ex-boyfriend, Akbar Abdul-Ahad, accusing them of participating in a plan to sexually objectify and humiliate her. She claimed Abdul-Ahad logged into her Instagram account and posted a sexually-graphic video and picture with “ejaculate” on her face. After Mari eliminated the content material, 50 reposted the fabric on his personal Instagram web page.

50 denied the allegations, claiming that the picture had unfold throughout the web by the point he posted it. He requested that her lawsuit be thrown out of court docket.

“Now Teairra you possibly can cough up the cash or you possibly can go together with R.Kelly and shit in a bucket. LOL,” he wrote following the January ruling.

Teairra is just not the one one experiencing 50’s wrath. The G-Unit mogul additionally clowned Floyd Mayweather over his help for Gucci amid the blackface controversy. He posted a pretend letter from Mayweather mocking his public assertion and literacy.

Mayweather addressed the controversy in an open letter on Instagram. “The identical celebrities stirring the pot over manufacturers that they, no doubt, will regularly purchase, are the identical artists that inject rap lyrics fueled with medication, homicide and sexual promiscuity into the very Black Communities you’re pretending to care a lot about,” stated the boxing champ.