Mari sued 50 in 2018, along with her ex-boyfriend Adbar Abdul-Ahad. She accused Ahad of posting a sexually explicit video of her and said 50 posted a screenshot of that clip afterward.
But not only did the Los Angeles judge toss the case out, he ordered Mari to pay 50 $30,618 in legal fees.
It’s something she hasn’t coughed up yet, and the “21 Questions” performer has been hounding her for it. In March he even served her court papers in an airport.
In short, 50 accused Mari of failing to follow the court’s rules by not turning in certain pieces of bank account information, as well as the information on her driver’s license. The rapper said he needs those things to help him collect the $30,618 she owes him.
But he also claimed Mari missed the deadline to turn in everything she was required to and wanted the judge to make her pay another $4,842.50 in sanctions, which he agreed with.
Mari turned in her financial records in May, as well as her tax returns and pay stubs, but some numbers were still missing, according to Fif.
In court documents Mari claimed that 50 has all of the bank records he needs to help him collect the money, but he “continues to flood the court with unmerited requests and continues to harass Mari for additional money he is not entitled to.”
But the judge obviously disagreed with Mari, based on his decision to make her pay the extra $4,842.50
50 posted the news about the singer owing him the extra money and taunted her a bit.
“Stop f—ing playing with me,😆IM NOT GONNA LOSE🤨” he wrote Tuesday on Instagram.
Mari also posted a message on Tuesday that could be related to 50 and the tough financial times she’s allegedly facing, as during a hearing the “Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood” star told the judge she was broke, which is why she wasn’t able to pay the rapper.
“Storms are needed to clear the path 🌪 Realignment occurs after destruction just hit the reset button🖲,” Mari wrote on Tuesday.