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Who is Teairra Marí? New Details About The Woman 50 Cent Is Suing For Not Paying Revenge Porn Suit

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He continues to troll her.

Though 50 Cent has been out of the spotlight for quite some time, he has had quite the career. The rapper, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, sold over 30 million albums, started an acting career, and won a total of 27 music awards. To say he’s incredibly successful would be an understatement.

But although he hasn’t made any new albums in a while — rumored to be in part due to a bet he had, where he claimed he would “no longer write music” if Kanye West’s Graduation outsold his Curtis album (and it did) — 50 is back in the news. However, this time, it has nothing to do with his music or business ventures. Instead, it has everything to do with Teairra Marí.

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Who is Teairra Marí? Marí is a singer and actress who signed to Def Jam records when she was just 16 years old. She’s released three studio albums, and eventually found her way onto the big screen. She starred in the film Lottery Ticket alongside Ice Cube and Bow Wow, and was featured in the main cast of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

And back in May 2018, Marí sued 50 Cent, alleging that he and her ex-boyfriend, Akbar Abdul-Ahad, logged into her Instagram account and posted a graphic video. She then said 50 posted an image of her to his Instagram. He eventually removed the post, but Marí claims he did incredible damage. “He had no remorse, no regard, and he posted another photo and complained that [Instagram] was censoring him,” she said. Both men deny the claims.

But in January 2019, a Los Angeles judge dismissed the claims against 50, and ordered Marí to pay him more than $30,000 to cover some of his legal fees. And ever since, he’s been on Marí’s case about getting his money.

He posted a video on Instagram of a body cam following Marí at the airport. The server eventually gave her legal papers, though she refused to take them. “You cannot run from the Law, you have been served. better give me my money B****,” 50 captioned it.

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He also trolled her on Instagram on January 15 in a now-deleted post, saying, “Look [Teairra] if you don’t pay me the money, I’m gonna get paid directly from Love & Hip Hop. The Lawyers are now watching your social media post so this could lead to you having tax issues for unreported income. I know you took the 9k out your chase account.”

In another deleted message, he wrote, “B**** if you don’t give me my motherf***ing Money, what’s taking you so long? Oh you ain’t got no money. figure it out…Hey @monascottyoung this lil b**** @misstmariii better give me my money. She saying she need an advance. give me a call lady.”

And he made yet another post just a few days ago:

Marí was being represented by famed lawyer, Lisa Bloom, who has represented Blac Chyna and Kathy Griffin in the past. “Apparently, 50 Cent’s misogyny and ego is so inflated that he still needs to be schooled that the law applies to him, just like everyone else,” she said during a press conference following the suit brought against him in May of last year. 50 then made a joke, saying he was being “pulled into a reality show’s storyline.”

But Marí has also been posting on her own social media, letting the world know that she doesn’t intend to pay the rapper, referring to him as a rat:

Well, it seems like the legal troubles between the two won’t stop anytime soon. In the meantime, maybe we should all listen to “In Da Club” a few hundred times.

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Samantha Maffucci is an editor for YourTango who focuses on writing trending news and entertainment pieces. In her free time, you can find her obsessing about cats, wine, and all things Vanderpump Rules.