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Since Teairra Mari Hasn't Coughed Up 50 Cent's Money An Arrest Warrant Has Been Issued + Fif Responds, 'The Law Is The Law'

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An arrest warrant has been issued for Teairra Mari since she still hasn't paid 50 Cent the $30K he's owed in legal fees. And Fif is still trolling her on social media. She's actually still at it too. Get it all inside...

The courts want Teairra Mari...STAT! And it has everything to do with that lawsuit she filed against 50 Cent.

Back in January, Teairra Mari was ordered to pay 50 Cent $30,000 after a judge ruled in his favor in the revenge porn lawsuit she filed against him. Since the ruling, T-Mari claims "I Ain't Got It" and now, the courts have issued an arrest warrant.

According to The Blast, the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star was due in court recently, but she was M.I.A. Since she ditched the hearing, a Los Angeles judge issued a bench warrant in the amount of $5,000. If the singer comes into contact with law enforcement they'll reportedly arrest her on the spot.

Apparently, Fif has been working hard behind-the-scenes to get his dough. He requested the court hearing to examine T-Mari's finances, taking steps to try and get the $30K she owes him. He originally requested she pay the entire $161,660.15 legal bill, but the judge ordered her to pay $30,618 to cover his legal fees.

T-Mari has been adamant on social media that she's not paying the "Power" producer a dime. She even released a diss-track aimed at Fif titled, "I Ain't Got It," along with selling merchandise with the "I Ain't Got It" catchphrase.

Over the weekend, T-Mari announced she is working on the video to the track. That sent 50 Cent into petty overdrive.

He registered IAintGotIt.com, so when you go to the site, it directs you to his GUnitBrands.com website where he's selling his own "Ain't Got It" merch. He's selling $35 t-shirts with the phrases "I Aint Got It" & "She Ain't Got It," as well as iPhone cases. He also filed several trademarks to sell his merch. Get those receipts HERE.

After news broke that an arrest warrant was out for Teairra, 50 hopped on Instagram to troll her even more (as if he hasn't already done that enough), claiming "the law is the law":



And since he's 50 Cent (we all know how much he enjoys being extra on social media), he's also selling "The Law Is The Law" t-shirts and alludes to filing a trademark for that catchphrase as well:




T-Mari is doing some trolling of her own. We noticed she put the trademark symbol behind "I Ain't Got It." However, last we checked, she still hasn't filed a trademark for it.

These two...

Photos: Getty


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