50 Cent remains one of the most influential rappers in the history of the hip-hop world. The legendary made a name for himself in several mediums such as games, movies, books and more. That being said, Fif isn’t one to take accusations lightly, especially when it comes to his manhood. Now it seems the rapper has finally settled his manhood enlargement lawsuit.
Fif has a sense of humor as he is known to be a huge troll and makes fun of various celebrities, subjects and the like. He also has the ability to laugh at himself, which is a rare thing for many. However, sometimes even he doesn’t like being made fun of, for a good reason.
As previously reported, 50 Cent was accused of blaming the wrong person for the manhood enlargement allegation. It was noted that ‘The Shade Room’ was responsible for the allegation. It was claimed that rumors about 50 Cent’s alleged procedure were spread due to the gossip outlet publishing a photo that featured Fif and Kogan together.
While 50 Cent and Kogan are still set to face each other in court, a part of the case has apparently been resolved. According to Megann Cuniff of Los Angeles Magazine, The Shade Room and 50 Cent have “reached an agreement to settle.” As stated in the court documents, “Jackson and TSR are in the process of executing their respective obligations pursuant to the agreement and will file a Notice of Dismissal with Prejudice of Defendant The Shade Room LLC shortly thereafter.”
It’s important to note that the settlement between The Shade Room and 50 Cent will not affect the other defendants involved in the case. A judge has set a trial date for July 3rd for the right-of-publicity lawsuit against Angela Kogan and her company, Perfection Plastic Surgery & MedSpa. After the trial date was announced, 50 Cent posted on social media saying, “Yeah my dick is a BIG DEAL… Set for trial in July no enhancement necessary, these fools put themselves out of business. SMH.” However, 50 Cent reportedly moved his lawsuit with Perfection Plastic Surgery to mediation, and there is a possibility that the case may be resolved outside of court before the scheduled trial date later this year.