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50 Cent Sued For $11 Million By Model Sally Ferreira


50 Cent Sued For $11 Million By Model Sally Ferreira


Ferreira says she is the victim of defamation and emotional distress due to a 50 Cent Instagram post.
Model-dancer Sally Ferreira has filed an $11 million lawsuit claiming she is a victim of defamation and emotional distress, according to New York Daily News.
Ferreira says 50 Cent called her a "thirsty video b****" on Instagram when photographs of a music video shoot were leaked, according to her lawsuit. The photographs were featured in various websites, including MediaTakeOut, a site that also speculated that 50 Cent was in a relationship with Ferreira, according to the newspaper.
“Without undertaking any investigation whatsoever, Mr. Jackson falsely accused Ms. Ferreira of being the source of the MediaTakeOut.com coverage by posting a picture of Ms. Ferreira on his personal Instagram account with the following text superimposed over her image,” the lawsuit says.
50 Cent allegedly posted the following on his Instagram account after stills from his "Big Rich Town" video shoot were leaked.
"WARNING: Do not attempt to work with this thirsty Video b**** [Her name is Sally Ferreira and she’s a model...] she sent photos Of the video shoot to Mediatakeout Saying I’m in a relationship Withher Cananyone say RESHOOT,” 50 Cent reportedly wrote in an Instagram post. “Big FAIL, super thirsty, new shoot this week coming. Unbelievable #smsaudio #Animal Ambition." 
This has impacted the model, according to the lawsuit.
“Before the defamatory posting, Ms. Ferreira was working on three separate entertainment industry projects and enjoyed a good reputation in the industry,” her lawsuit claims. “As a direct and proximate result of the defamatory posting and the subsequent media fallout and negative publicity surrounding Ms. Ferreira, as of the date of this filing, all three projects have been put indefinitely on hold...Moreover, as a direct and proximate result of Mr. Jackson’s actions, Ms. Ferreira has been subjected to harsh and hurtful comments about her profession, character, and appearance, causing her severe emotional distress."
Recently, 50 Cent was ordered to pay Sleek, a headphone company, more than $16 million in an unrelated case regarding. As reported in early April, a judge reportedly ordered 50 Cent to pay Sleek due to an issue surrounding headphone designs. 

RELATED: 50 Cent Ordered To Pay Sleek More Than $16 Million

Watch Thug Bullying Elderly Couple On Bus Get Beat Down By Passengers

A video capturing an elderly couple being viciously bullied by an unidentified thug on a New York City bus is going viral on the web. In the cellphone video, an unidentified man is filmed giving the couple a vulgar tongue-lashing and hovering over them in a menacing manner. At one point, the thug gets in the face of the elderly woman and curses at her. When the elderly man accompanying the woman stands up to his younger opponent, the thug punched him. At this point, the passengers could no longer stand idly by and watch the abuse. Many of the riders sprung to action to defend the elderly couple, pummeling and knocking the man down. The elderly man is even captured on video getting in a few licks of his own, as riders try to restrain the menacing stranger. The vigilante bus attack turns into a fracas as the person recording the action is overheard stating, “This is crazy!” The video abruptly ends when the passengers remove the man from the bus. Watch the city bus madness below:

Making It Rain On Them Hoes: Mimi And Nikko’s Freaky Flick Breaks Vivid Pre-Sale Records With Over $400,000 Banked!

Mimi Faust and Nikko Smith Vivid Video

Mimi Faust’s Shower Rod Sex Clip Earns Over $400,000 In Pre-Sales


There might be a new queen of freak films … TMZ has learned the tape starring Mimi Faust from “Love & Hip Hop” is one of the hottest pre-sellers Vivid has ever seen.
Vivid Entertainment honcho Steve Hirsch tells TMZ … they’ve made more than $400,000 in pre-sales … just off the trailer. Hirsch says Vivid has never seen pre-orders at this level.
“Mimi & Nikko: Scandal in Atlanta” is set to drop Monday in full on Vivid.com and Hirsch says he’s expecting sales to be massive.
You planning on spending your hard-earned money on Mimi and Nikko?

Trick Daddy Arrested On Cocaine & Firearm Charges Trick Daddy Arrested On Cocaine & Firearm Charges

Trick Daddy Arrested On Cocaine & Firearm Charges
Trick Daddy has a history of drug and gun-related arrests.
Trick Daddy was arrested yesterday (April 3) on cocaine and gun charges, according to Billboard.
The Miami rapper had cocaine and a gun in his residence. 
He was charged with possession of cocaine and possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, as well as driving with a suspended license. 
Trick Daddy was released on $6,100 bond, the story says. 
He was stopped by the Broward County Drug Task Force on what is called a “sniff warrant,” according to nbcmiami.com. The Task Force had a warrant to search his home and stopped Trick Daddy outside his house as he was getting into his car. 
Trick Daddy has a history of drug and gun-related arrests.
In February 2003, the Florida rapper was arrested on gun charges following an argument at a basketball game. He was arrested in September 2003 when he was found to be carrying cocaine and marijuana. 
In 1991, Trick Daddy was convicted of cocaine possession, carrying a concealed weapon and violating probation, the Billboard article says.

2 Chainz Busted For Sizzurp & Weed, Charged With Felony


 
2 Chainz
The Feds are always watching 2 Chainz.
The Atlanta rapper, whose real name is Tauheed Epps, was arrested at the LAX on Tuesday afternoon after TSA officials found weed and sizzurp in his luggage.


According to MTV, 2 Chainz was escorted off the airplane before he was arrested and charged with felony drug possession.
“At approximately 1 p.m., Airport Police Officers responded for a narcotics investigation in the baggage check area of Terminal 5,” a statement read. “Transportation Security Administration advised Airport Police officers they found marijuana and a bottle of promethazine with codeine (purple drink/syrup) in the checked bag of 35-year-old Tauheed Epps (2 Chainz), a resident of Riverdale, Georgia.
“Airport Police Officers investigation revealed Epps was on board an outbound flight, he was removed from the aircraft and arrested for California Penal Code Section 11350a H & S — Possession of a controlled substance. Epps was transported to the Airport Police station for preliminary processing and transported to and booked at the LAPD Pacific Division Jail without incident.”
2 Chainz is scheduled to appear before a judge next week.
Last year June, 2 Chainz had another running at the LAX when airport officials found sizzurp in his luggage.

Vybz Kartel Sentenced To 35 Years In A Jamaican Prison


Vybz Kartel 2014 pic
Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, was moments ago sentenced to 35 years in a Jamaican prison and hard labour.
The “Dancehall Hero” deejay, affectionately called Worl’Boss by his fans, shed tears as Home Circuit court judge Justice Lennox Campbell handed down the life sentence.
Kartel’s protege Shawn “Storm” Campbell, and his close friends AndrĂ© St John, and Kahira Jones were also handed the lengthy sentence.
The handcuffed men were escorted out of court by heavily armed police officers where they will head straight to a high security prison.
On March 13, 2014, a 10:1 jury convicted the four men in the Home Circuit court in Downtown Kingston for the murder of Clive “Lizard” Williams.
The guilty verdict sent shock waves throughout the dancehall community worldwide with some fans bemoaned an unfair trial, marred by police corruption and evidence tampering.
Vybz Kartel will be eligible for parole in 35 years.
Sentencing details.
Adidja Palmer aka Vybz Kartel – 35 years in Prison (Life sentence).
Shawn Campbell aka Shawn Storm – 25 years in prison
Andre St John – 30 years in prison
Kahira Jones – 25 years in prison
What’s next for Vybz Kartel… APPEAL.
Vybz Kartel attorneys has already begin to plot their road to appeal in the Jamaican high court.
But appeal in Jamaican court system could take up to five years given the massive backlog in cases, a police source told Urban Islandz.