50 Cent asks a judge to force Teairra Mari to pay up $30,000 debt
50 Cent is demanding that Teairra Mari also pay him an additional $5,000.
50 Cent wants his money and he wants it now. The rapper is still battling Teairra Mari in court for the $30,000 that she owes him.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, 50 is now accusing Mari of refusing to turn over her financial records, including information about her VH1 checks. He believes that she is not being truthful about her finances. He also claims that she is continuing to delay the process of paying her debt.
50 is now asking the judge to grant his motion to force the “Love and Hip Hop” star to pay up since she hasn’t shown up to court. 50 also wants Mari to pay an extra $5,295.60 in addition to the $30,000 she already owes him in attorney fees.
The legal trouble started back in 2018 after 50 re-posted explicit photos and videos of the singer on Instagram. The nude photos were originally posted by Mari’s ex, Akbar Abdul-Ahad. Mari took 50 to court to sue him for revenge porn, but a judge threw out the lawsuit and ordered Mari to pay 50 over $30,000 in legal fees.
After the ruling, 50 went to troll the reality star on Instagram. In a post, he wrote, “So you say your broke, well I’m gonna have to look into this because I say I’m broke when I need to be. I want my fuckin money, by Monday.”
50 says Mari hasn’t paid any of the money she owes him. He says, “To date, Mari has failed to pay a single dime to Jackson in satisfaction of the Judgment despite earning over $100,000 this past year. Her previous claims under oath that she is ‘broke’ no longer ring true, and it is more clear than ever that she has no intention of paying her debts.”
Do you think 50 will ever get his money?
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