50 Cent was victorious in a revenge porn lawsuit involving Teairra Mari who initially sued him for posting explicit photos and videos of her in May 2018.

According to a report The Blast posted earlier today (Jan. 11), a Los Angeles judge dismissed all claims against 50 Cent, and ordered Mari to pay him $30,618. The G-Unit leader originally requested that she pay $161,550 for his legal bills, but the judge only gave him half of that total.

If you remember, the R&B singer claimed that her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad leaked graphic sexual images of herself online. 50, who is Akbar’s friend, reposted one of the offending images and added unflattering commentary about them.

“I found out that my boyfriend was cheating on me, so I broke up with him," Mari explained during a press conference at that time. "Right after that, he posted a sex tape and an obscene photo of me, clearly to humiliate me. Then his good friend 50 Cent posted the obscene photo of me on his Instagram and said, ‘Get the strap.'"

50 has denied all the allegations and said that by the time he reposted the images, they were widely viewable on the internet. The "I'm the Man" rapper demanded that Mari's suit be thrown out.

Earlier today 50 continued his usual Instagram commentary by jumping onto his IG account and having a laugh at Mari's expense. "Now Teairra you can cough up the money or you can go with R.Kelly and shit in a bucket. LOL."

Attorneys for Tearria Mari had no comment on the matter.

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