50 Cent Drags Teairra Mari After Report An Arrest Warrant Was Issued Against Her - 'The Law Is The Law!'

50 Cent Drags Teairra Mari After Report An Arrest Warrant Was Issued Against Her - 'The Law Is The Law!'
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Following a report saying that Teairra Marí has an arrest warrant out for her, it looks like 50 Cent is very happy! The man took to social media to rant about it and kept repeating that ‘the law is the law!’

However, another insider report claims that is not the case, which means she actually has more time to go to court.

As you may know, the two have been feuding for a while after Teairra sued the rapper for revenge porn.

But since her lawsuit was dismissed, 50 wants his money back!

Earlier today, The Blast posted a story headlined as: ‘Arrest Warrant Issued for ‘Love and Hip Hop’ Star Teairra Mari After Blowing Off 50 Cent.’

In response, 50 posted the article on his feed and wrote: ‘See the s**t ain’t funny now, is it Funky.🤔you best be coming up with my money. I’m a need 75K now after they add all additional legal fees.🤨The Law is The Law. This girl thought she was gonna grab a bag of my money.and got jammed up. 🤦‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️.’

And that was not all! He also posted a selfie of him in court looking angry, with the caption: ‘THE LAW, IS THE LAW🤨don’t play with me, I don’t want to play. LOL.’

Finally, he dissed the Love and Hip Hop star once again by posting the art of a T-shirt with the label G Unit [his clothing company] that read: ‘the law is the law.’

The Blast claims that Teairra was not in attendance at the latest hearing and that explains the warrant.

However, the media relations department at the LA Superior Court tells HollywoodLife that no arrest warrant will be issued if she shows up in court at another date.

‘A bench warrant hold was issued but she has until May 22nd to appear in court. If she does not appear by May 22nd, then a bench warrant will be issued for her arrest. So far only a bench warrant hold has been issued. Meaning that the warrant for her arrest is not yet entered into the system so as long as she shows up to the court before May, 22,’ they explained.

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