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50 Cent Would Like An Extra $100 From 'Love & Hip Hop' Star Teairra Marí

By Ryan Naumann

50 Cent is back in court asking a judge to award him another $100 from “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Teairra Marí.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the rapper wants interest and other costs added to the judgment he already won against Mari.

50 Cent has been battling Mari in court for over a year. He was awarded $30,000 in attorney fees after shutting down her lawsuit. The rapper has been trying to collect on that along with $4k he won in sanctions.

In newly filed docs, he argues for an extra $100 be added to the total owed. 50 Cent also wants $2,597.80 in interest, which racked up since the original $30,000 judgment.

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As The Blast first reported, 50 Cent was awarded $30,000 from Mari after a judge ordered the reality star to pay the rapper after he prevailed in her revenge porn lawsuit.

He has been trying to collect on the money and even got a hearing where Marí’s finances were examined. A judge questioned her about her sources of income and finances. During the hearing she claimed she was “broke broke” without income.

50 Cent is not buying that excuse and still on the hunt to collect his money. He even went so far as serving Marí with legal papers at the airport.


Last year, Mari sued 50 Cent and her ex-boyfriend, Akbar Abdul-Ahad, accusing them of engaging in a plan to sexually objectify, threaten, intimidate, humiliate and degrade her.

She claimed Abdul-Ahad logged into her Instagram account and posted a sexually graphic video that featured “ejaculate” on her face.

Marí said Abdul-Ahad was upset because she claims he was trying to develop a polyamorous relationship, and a reality show highlighting that polyamorous lifestyle, but she wanted no part.


Marí said after she removed the video and photo that Abdul-Ahad had posted, 50 Cent posted the material on his own page. She said 50 even applied a “black and white” filter to highlight the color contrast of semen on Marí’s face. He captioned the photo “get the strap,” which the reality star claims was a possible reference to encourage his fans to harm her.

50 denied all the allegations and said by the time he reposted the image, it was already all over the internet. He demanded her lawsuit be thrown out of court, arguing the photo didn’t even show genitals or a sexual act in progress.

A judge sided with 50 and dismissed the lawsuit. The rapper then scored the $30,000 in attorney fees.

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