Apparently 50 Cent wants to make sure he recoups at least some of the money he lost to Rick Ross’ baby mother in the lawsuit over the unauthorized release of a sextape. Yesterday afternoon, Fif filed a $2 million dollar lawsuit in Connecticut Federal Court.
According to documents from the courts, Curtis James Jackson III’s complaint is William Leonard Roberts II using his name and identity to advertise his recently released album, Black Market. The lawsuit stems from Rozay’s freestyle to Fifty’s “In The Club” single over the mixtape. This is especially ironic since Fif came up off jacking other rappers beats and killing them on mixtapes in the early 2000s.
Fif is seeking the large number for damages and injunction barring the use of any trademarks or work product created or produced – according to The Wall Street Journal.
At this point, I think Fif is just suing for the sake of suing, I’m no lawyer, but I don’t see how he can win this. Suing people is like a new toy that 50 Cent can’t seem to get enough of.