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50 Cent files new motion to collect $50K from Teairra Mari

The singer still has yet to pay on the 2019 ruling against her
50 Cent (Photo credit: Bang Media)

50 Cent is known for many things but easily letting go of a grudge isn’t one of them.

The G-Unit mogul has updated his ongoing request to receive every penny of the court ordered $50,ooo owed to him by singer Teairra Mari from their 2019 legal battle.

Per Radar Online, 50 made a “Writ of Execution” filing in California’s Sacramento County in hopes of forcing Mari to pay the balance on the judgement made against her. Though her last known address is in Atlanta, the “In Da Club” rapper suspects that Mari has property or assets in the area.

50 was awarded $30,000 to cover legal fees when the case was concluded in 2019 with the other $20,000 going to various other costs and fees, sanctions, and the accumulated interests.

Mari originally sued the “Power” creator and accused him of causing her emotional distress by sharing “revenge porn” of her with his social media followers. The video of Mari engaging in sexual acts was originally posted by ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad, who has friendly ties with 50.

The suit brought forth by Mari accused 50 of malicious intent by conspiring to “intimidate, objectify, and degrade” her in tandem with Abdul-Ahad, but 50’s attorneys argued that he was not libel because the video in question had already made the rounds and went viral before his reposting.

Despite the ruling against her, Mari has vowed not to pay 50 ever and has been arrested once for failure to pay.

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