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Ya’ll tired of this back and forth yet?
Yesterday (Apr. 23), The Blaze reported that there was a warrant out for Teairra Mari after failing to show up to court in response to a hearing about finances, after a judge ruled that she pay $30,000 in legal fees to 50 Cent.
Mari hopped on Instagram to deny the report, and give her side of the situation.
On an Instagram post, the singer said that she never had a warrant, and that the mogul never trademarked her single “I Ain’t Got It.”
“Never believe a nigga named Curtisss,” she wrote. “Even if he is your favorite washed up old school rapper…. Here is the real news: My Lawyers are all the way on point (the best), I never had an arrest warrant… and Spare Change never TRADEMARKED SHIT.. he’s just trying to steal drip.. he needs it bad.. you see how this boy dress.”
It looks like this drama is not going to end anytime soon.
See the post below.