50 Cent to Teairra Mari: 'Do You Think You Can Have My Money by Monday?'

50 Cent is still seeking his money from the 'Love & Hip Hop' star.

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50 Cent

50 Cent claims he has turned a new leaf and will no longer argue with anyone. But that doesn't mean he's forgiving his debts.

On Tuesday, the hip-hop mogul returned to Instagram with a screenshot of a headline about his latest legal win against Teairra Mari. The story, published by The Blast, reported 50 had been awarded an additional $5,000 in his ongoing lawsuit with Mari. In 2018, the Love & Hip Hop star sued Fif for revenge porn after he reposted explicit photos and videos of her on Instagram. 50 argued that he shared the explicit content after it had already circulated on the internet and was, therefore, not responsible for the alleged leak.

A judge ultimately dismissed the claims made against Fif, and ordered Mari to pay $30,000 to cover 50's legal fees. The multi-hyphenate claims Mari has not coughed up a dime, and he's continued to demand his money through the court, which has caused Mari's outstanding balance to grow.

About seven months after a judge tacked on an additional $4,000 to her debt, legal documents obtained by The Blast show she is now ordered to pay an extra $5,295.50 in sanctions, meaning she now has to pay 50 nearly $40,000.

Fif, who vowed to abstain from petty arguments in wake of Kobe Bryant's death, is still looking to get his money from Mari—but he's changed his approach. Rather than roast her or throw shade while demanding his payment, the 44-year-old simply asked Mari if she could possibly pay off her debt ... preferably by Monday, of course.

Check out his post below.

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