50 Cent Wins Lawsuit Against Employee Who Stole N2.8b From His Liquor Brand, Kicks Him Out of Beautiful House
- 50 Cent won a lawsuit against an employee who stole N2.8 billion from his Branson Cognac liquor brand and seized the employee's beautiful house
- The rapper-turned-businessman also seized Mitchell Green's bank accounts and cars and demanded that he moves out of his mansion by Monday
- Social media users shared that they would have done the same thing if someone stole money from them and lived a nice life with it
50 Cent is a vicious businessman. The rapper-turned-businessman won a lawsuit against a former employee who stole N2.8 billion ($6.2 million) from his liquor brand, Branson Cognac.
50 Cent seizes former employee's assets
After winning the lawsuit, the Den of Thieves actor is reportedly seizing Mitchell Green's assets, including his properties, whips, and bank accounts reports Black Millionaires. The publication said on Twitter that 50 Cent told Green:
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"I need you out my house by Monday."
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Complex reports that Green petitioned to appeal the lawsuit and landed in a deeper hole. The outlet reports that the court denied his request and added more money to his outstanding debt for attorney fees.
50 Cent's fans react to what he said after winning the lawsuit
Social media users applauded 50 Cent for kicking the former employee out of his house. They said they would have done the same thing if someone lived lavishly after stealing money from them.
"50 is a 10/10 businessman. Don’t mess with him."
"Monday is actually pretty considerate."
"You steal from me, I will take it all back without asking permission!"
"Ever since this man got shot nine times, he's been on the meanest winning streak the world has ever seen."
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"The moral to this story is to don't take what's not yours. Period!!!!"
Akon mourns the death of Costa Titch
In other entertainment news, Legit.ng reported that Akon took to social media to mourn the death of Costa Titch. The Amapiano and rap artist signed an international deal with Akon's record label, Konvict Kulture.
Costa Titch passed away over the weekend. The star was performing at the Ultra Music Festival when he collapsed on stage and died later in hospital. He worked with Akon on his Big Flexa remix. Taking to Instagram, Akon paid tribute to the South African artist.
Akon shared that he was convinced that Costa Titch would impact the world music scene.