50 Cent is laser-focused and coming for everything that is his – including the $50,476 still owed to him by Teairra Mari.
The rapper and entertainment mogul, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, filed a Writ of Execution against Teairra in Sacramento County, California to enforce the judgment.
You may recall that in 2018 the “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star filed a frivolous revenge porn lawsuit against 50 Cent after he reposted an explicit clip of her that had leaked on social media.
Curtis won $30,000 in attorney fees after a judge dismissed the lawsuit.
Teairra Mari racked up an additional $20,000 in sanctions and fines for failing to participate in the court proceedings.
The reality star has bragged and joked online about not paying 50 Cent and he took that ish personal.
In 2022, Fiddy hired private investigators to track Teairra Mari down and she agreed to appear for a 3-hour debtors examination where she was questioned under oath about her finances.
The singer and former reality star said that she has “virtually no assets and virtually no sources of income,” stating she hasn’t had steady employment since late 2019.
She expressed her willingness to pay the money owed, but she still hasn’t paid 50 Cent a penny.
So, now he’s upping the ante with a Writ of Execution.
A Writ of Execution is a court order that puts in force a judgment of possession and directs law enforcement personnel to begin the transfer of assets, money, or property as the result of a legal judgment.
Teairra Mari released her new single, “Take Me Out,” last week.
Hopefully, the single will generate enough revenue for her to at least put a down payment on her $50K debt, which is generating daily interest.
Unfortunately, Teairra Mari targeted the wrong person when she went after 50 Cent for something her ex-boyfriend allegedly did to her.
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