Rapper 50 Cent’s $32 million lawsuit against ex-lawyers is unsuccessful on appeal.
In a lawsuit relating to bankruptcy services, it offered when the rapper was sued by a woman who appeared in a sex tape, rapper 50 Cent sought to reopen allegations against his former attorney. A federal judge refused this request. A significant witness in the underlying sex tape case against 50 Cent, rapper Rick Ross, was represented by the law firm. 50 Cent only made conclusory claims that this representation injured him or influenced the case’s conclusion.
50 Cent allegedly filed for Chapter 11 personal bankruptcy protection on July 13, 2015. Due to his residency in that region, this took place at the US bankruptcy court in Hartford, Connecticut. 50 claimed to have debts totaling the value of all his possessions at the time he lived in Mike Tyson’s former mansion. Lavonia Leviston, who accused him of publishing a sex tape where she appears on purpose, filed a lawsuit against him, and he needed to do that to pay for it.
After going through it, Jackson recovered and continued to profit from a variety of endeavors. He secured a small ownership position in Vitamin Water, which was his biggest business decision.
Jackson bounced back after that and continued to make money from other endeavors. His negotiation of a minority ownership in Vitamin Water was his biggest business decision. He would be worth more if he hadn’t filed for bankruptcy.
Despite not having an album out in nearly a decade, 50 Cent claims he still receives a $1 million payment to perform. Despite not having put out a studio album since 2014, 50 Cent continues to command high fees for live performances. The rapper, who is 47 years old, claimed, “I’m getting like $900,000, $1 million.”
Curtis James Jackson III, commonly referred to by his stage name 50 Cent, is a successful American rapper, producer, actor, and businessman. 50 Cent has rapidly risen to fame since being found by both Dr. Dre and Eminem. His gangster-like origin tale immediately resonated to the general public. On July 6, 1975, he was born in Queens, New York. But his late mother Sabrina raised him in South Jamaica. When Curtis was just 8 years old, she was a drug dealer who later passed away. From that point on, 50 Cent’s grandma raised him.
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