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Cent facing legal action for allegedly sharing revenge porn

Cent facing legal action for allegedly sharing revenge porn

Mari alleged that the act was to "humiliate" her, and that Abdul-Ahad was able to access her account because she had given him the password while they were dating. "50 Cent, who appears to be a close friend of Mr. Abdul-Ahad, immediately reposted one of the explicit images to his 18 million followers, with the caption, 'get the strap'". She explained that he captioned the photo, "get the strap", which Bloom said "encourages violence against Mari".

Bloom and Marí held a presser on Thursday to outline exactly what legal action she plans to take against the men.

50 Cent responded with a photo of him and Bloom's mother, famed lawyer Gloria Allred, saying, "Oh Lisa stop, don't make me tell your mom".

Abdul-Ahad also shared his own cryptic message on Instagram.

Meanwhile, 50 Cent seems unbothered by Mari's lawsuit.

50 Cent has been accused of working with Teairra's ex to leak the sex tape and photos.

The VH1 star said in a statement that her account had been compromised after the video and
The VH1 star said in a statement that her account had been compromised after the video and

"I was compromised by someone who I though loved me as much as I loved him", Marie said at the press conference.

The rapper briefly left the social media platform following the backlash he received after posting the image of Mari, opting to use Twitter instead. "Moving forward, I recognize the need to be more cautious and discerning".

Marí went on to say that her legal claims were not only about her.

"Truth is everybody is going to hurt you: you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for", he wrote in part, sharing a photo of himself.

According to reports, Mari allegedly smashed her ex-boyfriend's auto last week in North Hollywood, California following the video's leak.

The photo is no longer available on 50's account, Mari said, as Instagram had it removed. She added, "We have a significant piece of evidence that points to [Akbar]".