Citing his bankruptcy, Fif said all he could realistically afford to pay is $1.6 million.
However, Leviston’s lawyer pushed back.
“Never in the history of this state, or this country, has a celebrity unleashed such a malicious and humiliating campaign against a private citizen,” said Leviston attorney Brian Isaac.Issac’s added that 50 Cent’s pleas of poverty should be taken with a grain of salt since he went on Conan O’Brien and bragged about making a multi-million dollar bet on the Floyd Mayweather fight, and because 50 often flaunts his wealth on social media
Some people think Fif went bankrupt just to avoid paying Leviston.
That may be so, but his talk show bravado and IG flexing are likely to make that strategy a losing one.