Teairra Mari is coming close to paying back the loan of $50,000 that was given to 50 Cent by Teairra Mari. Mari was recently in court when the rapper’s legal team questioned her for around three hours. As far as we know, Mari has not paid the musician in many years. The singer and her ex-boyfriend racked up the debt after being sued for libel over publishing a graphic photo taken from a leaked sex film.
However, the court decided not to proceed with the case, and the executive producer of Power was awarded $30,000 to pay the costs of his attorneys. Meanwhile, Mari ignored the judge’s order and let her debt rise to $50,000. 50 Cent, also known as Curtis James Jackson III, had previously pleaded with the judge to declare Mari guilty of contempt of court for failing to hand up her financial information.
She was tracked down in Los Angeles, where she voluntarily submitted to court orders requiring her to provide bank documents and answer interrogation questions. On April 20, Mari was expected to testify at a hearing, and Curtis’ legal team would use her evidence to get a settlement for their client.
Estimating Teairra Mari’s Wealth
Starring with Bow Wow and Ice Cube in the 2010 comedy film Lottery Ticket, Teairra Mari gained widespread recognition for her role. She’s put out many mixtapes with artists, including Nicki Minaj, Soulja Boy, and Gucci Mane. The 34-year-wealth old’s is estimated to be between $500,000 and $1 million by CelebrityNetWorth and $1 million by TheRichest. Her long and successful career in the entertainment business has allowed her to amass a significant fortune.
Make Her Feel Good, the first song from Mari’s debut album and a collaboration with Jay-Z, peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. In August 2005, she released her first album, Roc-A-Fella Records Present Teairra Mari, which went on to sell about 248,000 copies. After that, the actress in question entered into a contract with Fo’ Reel and began working on a new album that was going to be named At That Point. The album’s original release date in the summer of 2010 was scrapped when the songs were discovered to be available for free download.
Don’t Make Me Cause a Scene, her first mixtape, was made available to the public in the latter half of 2009. On August 7, 2010, she released her second mixtape, Point of No Return, and in the same month, she dropped her digital EP, Sincerely Yours. Released on Christmas Eve of 2010, her third mixtape is titled Night Before X-MAS. On May 30, 2011, she released her fourth mixtape titled Now or Never. The Magnificent Cooly-T was Mari’s first film, while Lottery Ticket was her second. She had a recurring part in the second season of Love & Hip Hop: New York on VH1, and she was the main character in the show’s spin-off, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.