New York rapper 50 Cent might not be chasing bromance goals with the champ anymore but he doesn’t want to see his estranged pal fall. The G-Unit boss has shared a few words of wisdom to Floyd Mayweather Jr. amid a $3 million stealing accusation from his ex-fiancée.
Curtis Jackson went to Instagram last night to encourage Floyd to just pay up instead of taking a possible legal war to court.
According to reports, Floyd’s ex Shantel Jackson accused him of stealing around $3 million in jewelry after their split.
In the newly filed docs, Jackson claims on top of the previously revealed items, Mayweather also took a $2.5 million diamond ring, $250,000 diamond earrings (10 ct), a $32,000 Chanel watch, a $100,000 diamond bracelet, a $20,000 diamond heart necklace, and a $21,000 Louis Vuitton lock necklace … which totals up to $2,923,000. (The Blast)
A few years back, Jackson took legal action against Floyd following their split.
Back in 2014, Jackson, who was engaged to Mayweather before he broke it off and she entered a relationship with rapper Nelly, sued the fighter, accusing him of assault, battery, defamation, and invasion of privacy. He allegedly had released private information about her having an abortion on his social media. (Page Six)
Mayweather also flipped the script and took action against Shantel.
Mayweather has counter-sued Jackson for allegedly using his credit cards without his knowledge and stealing money from him. He added claims to his lawsuit that Jackson secretly recorded him during their relationship without his knowledge, according to The Blast. Jackson “intentionally used one or more recording devices to surreptitiously record conversations with Mayweather.” (Daily Caller)