While going through a bankruptcy trial, 50 Cent found time to file a lawsuit. The Queens native has filed a lawsuit in Connecticut bankruptcy court against a man who he says improperly acted as his agent, the New York Daily News reports. According to the lawsuit, 50 claims that a TV consultant named Andrew Jameson collected money on projects that never came to fruition and damaged business relationships.
It is alleged that Jameson pitched a show to the E! Network about G-Unit after they ended their business relationship. When the "9 Shots" rapper told E! Entertainment that he would not do the show, he was informed that Jameson and a former lawyer already sealed the deal. He still refused to do the unscripted show, which resulted in his relationship with E! and their parent company NBC Universal being "severely damaged."
Fif is suing Jameson for $810,000 in damages.