50 Cent remains one of the most influential rappers in the history of the hip-hop world. The legendary rapper made a name for himself in several mediums such as games, movies, books and more. That being said, it seems the legendary rapper once rolled up to an ex-drug lord’s home over a $1 billion lawsuit.
50 Cent finds himself embroiled in a legal battle once again. The notorious artist has been accused of confronting a former drug lord regarding a staggering $1 billion lawsuit linked to his hit television series, Power.
The lawsuit was filed by Corey “Ghost” Holland Sr. in 2021, alleging that the show was based on his life. However, 50 Cent’s legal team previously dismissed these claims. According to a report by AllHipHop, 50 Cent allegedly paid him a visit at his residence on two separate occasions in either July or August of 2021.
“A few days later 50 Cent shows up about a half mile from plaintiff home, and plaintiff sees the same truck that pulled into his driveway at the 50 Cent event,” the legal documents read. “So plaintiff realizes it was either defendant Jackson or his Entourage who decided to ‘Pull Up.’
“When you looking for a confrontation your honor, this is what people say, nowadays. Up to this point, plaintiff had ignored a lot of ‘subliminal attacks’ on him online, but now 50 Cent is bringing the drama right to plaintiff front yard.
“So plaintiff responded to 50 Cent they way any normal person would respond to a possible threat, plaintiff prepared himself for whatever was go happen.”
Corey “Ghost” Holland Sr. has made a serious accusation against 50 Cent and his entourage. Holland claims that the group arrived armed and with the intention of confronting him, stating that it was “clear” that 50 Cent had come to start trouble.
“Plaintiff wanted to know why 50 Cent came to his home, but plaintiff couldn’t get past 50 Cent security,” the documents continued. “The men in the truck returned, repeated the same intimidation tactic and left, but this time they appeared to be armed.
“So plaintiff family ARM themselves, cause defendant Jackson, came back to plaintiff neighborhood for a second time, but once again security protected him.
“Plaintiff again tried to get to him and ask why is he coming to his home and neighborhood, but security prevented that, it’s clear your Honor, he was seeking a confrontation, and came very close to getting what he came for.”
It’s worth noting that Corey “Ghost” Holland Sr. had previously accused 50 Cent’s associates of bullying and intimidating him, even going so far as to make threats on his life. This latest alleged incident appears to be part of an ongoing feud between the two parties.
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