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50 Cent Awarded $30K in 'Love & Hip Hop' famous person Teairra Mari's Revenge Porn Lawsuit

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In may additionally 2018, Love & Hip Hop celebrity Teairra Mari filed a lawsuit in opposition t 50 Cent and her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad for posting express pictures and videos of her. Mari claimed that Ahad hacked into her Instagram account to put up revenge porn as a result of she didn't are looking to have any a part of his plans to have a polyamorous relationship. Fifty later posted the video on his personal account with a black-and-white filter.
A la judge has reportedly brushed aside all claims in opposition t 50 Cent, ordering Mari to pay him $30,618, in keeping with The Blast. The rapper at the start argued that Mari may still pay for his $161,550 felony invoice, but instead the judge settled for a smaller quantity. The claims towards Akbar Abdul-Ahad have yet to be determined upon, but it doubtless won't go as well for him because he became the one who allegedly posted the photographs and videos.
Responding to the effect on his Instagram, 50 wrote, "Now Teairra that you may cough up the cash otherwise you can go along with R. Kelly and shit in a bucket." 
within the lawsuit towards 50 Cent, Mari talked about that the rapper was attempting to encourage his fanatics to hurt her by means of captioning his publish together with his signature "get the strap." Of course, he denied all the allegations and defined his actions by asserting the picture changed into commonly available on the information superhighway by the point he posted it.


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