G-Unit‘s 50 Cent is laughing straight to the bank. The hip-hop superstar has won a hefty lawsuit filed against him and music mogul Dr. Dre‘s Aftermath Records over his 2003 “P.I.M.P.” hit single.

According to reports, a producer came up short in court this week in his pursuit to land bucks from the hip-hop powerhouses.

Brandon Parrott sued 50 Cent (aka Curtis Jackson) in June, claiming he gave up his rights to a track called “BAMBA” as a result of fraud. Parrot also sued producer Denaun Porter, attorney Zach Katz, UMG Recordings, Interscope, Aftermath Records, Shady Records and EMI Music Publishing — essentially everyone involved with the song. In an opinion filed Wednesday, U.S. District Judge S. James Otero dismissed the complaint without leave to amend. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Outside of legal disputes, Fif recently teased fans about having new business ventures on deck.


A few days ago, the rap superstar said he believed he could out-make his past hits.


Recently, the hip-hop veteran celebrated his “I’m The Man” single reaching gold status.