50 Cent has reportedly been awarded an additional $4,000 by a judge in his ongoing legal battle with singer and Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Teairra Mari.
A Los Angeles judge has granted a motion that was filed by the rapper and entrepreneur and awarded 50 $4,392.50, according to court documents obtained by The Blast.
The sanction was in addition to the $30,000 that Mari was already ordered to pay 50 Cent.
The “In The Club” rapper demanded the extra $4,000 after he accused Teairra Mari of not following the court’s rules in the case.
The singer has accused 50 Cent of harassing regarding the demand, and she asked a judge to stop the rapper’s request.
However, the judge didn’t side with the “Sponsor” singer. As we previously reported, 50 was awarded the $30,000 from the singer after a judge ordered her to pay 50 Cent following him prevailing in her revenge porn lawsuit.
50 Cent has been attempting to collect his money from Mari for months and he even got a hearing granted where the reality TV star’s finances were examined.
The judge questioned Teairra Mari regarding her sources of income, and during the hearing, the singer said that she was “broke broke.”
Last year, the “Make Her Feel Good” singer sued both 50 Cent and her ex-boyfriend, Akbar Abdul-Ahad, alleging that they both curated a plan to sexually objectify, threaten, intimidate, humiliate, and degrade the Detroit native.
Mari stated that Abdul-Ahad logged into her Instagram account and shared a sexually graphic video that featured the singer with “ejaculate” on her face.
Teairra Mari claimed that Abdul-Ahad was angry because he wanted to develop a polyamorous relationship and a reality TV show that highlighted the poly lifestyle. However, Mari didn’t oblige.
Following the singer removing the video and photo that Abdul-Ahad posted to her Instagram account, 50 Cent then shared the material on his own Instagram page.