50 Cent has not left Love & Hip Hop star Teairra Mari alone since he was awarded $30,000 in a revenge porn lawsuit she filed against him. She accused 50 and her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad of posting sexually explicit videos and photos of her without her permission. 50 has made it clear numerous times that Mari still hasn't given him what he's owed, and recently she responded to his pestering by dropping a diss track titled "I Ain't Got It."
Confident in what she dropped, she claimed she "ended" the G-Unit rapper's career. But 50 isn't quite done yet.
In one of his pettiest moves yet, 50 has dropped a new merch line proudly featuring the slogan "I Ain't Got It." Posting the t-shirts and other merch on his Instagram, 50 wrote, "Somebody forgot to trademark this, so I'll just take it." The shirts are no on sale for $34.99 on his website.
In response, Mari is pointing toward a trademark of her own implying that she's actually the rightful owner of the phrase.
Of course, it's not entirely clear who actually does own the copyright or if either them do, as it could simply be posturing on both of their parts. All of 50's merch is available on G-Unit's official website here, while Mari's merch is available here and for less.