50 Cent Puts Pressure On Mari
Rap legend 50 Cent continues to pursue that debt, starting with the fact that Mari owes him money.
According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, 50 asked a judge to take care of Mari for failing to hand over her financial records. 50 Cent tries to collect a $50,000 debt after Mari loses a revenge porn case against him.
Mari filed a lawsuit against 50 and her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad for sharing an obscene photo of her on social media. So what did 50 do? He reposted the photo on social media. However, a judge dismissed the case against him.
He even released a diss song called “I Aint Got It” to 50 people in April 2019.
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“[Mari] has been the subject of repeated sanctions by this Court but has been unswayed by such and has not paid any money towards the Judgment or persecution against her, making the increased penalties associated with a finding of contempt necessary,” the G-Unit artist argued in a court filing.
50 Cent wants Mari to be despised and wants an additional $5,235 to cover her legal fees. The decision on the judge’s request is awaited.
The Game Claims He Put 50 Cent And G-Unit ‘IN A CASKET’
50 Cent and The Game are back. Former G-Unit members together. Nearly two decades of feuds have been revived following recent comments by Game. During the “Drink Champs” interview, the Compton rapper claimed that Kanye West did more for him than Dr. Dre.
“It’s crazy that Ye has done more in the last two weeks than Dre has done for me in my career,” said Game, who collaborated with Ye on “Eazy.” The 50-year-old appeared surprised by Game’s Dre diss and received a backlash on social media. “Hun, what’s going on here?” he asked.
And there is some other news about 50 Cent. There’s something wrong with the “Power” universe. 50 Cent is once again threatening to leave Starz, home of the successful “Power” series. In a series of messages shared on social media, 50 called out the cable network while announcing the end of its deal.