A model and video vixen has dropped a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit against 50 Cent.
Sally Ferreira, who appeared in Fiddy's “OK, Your Right” video, sued the G-Unit boss for $11 million earlier this year, claiming he destroyed her brand on social media. She also accused 50 of costing her work in the music video industry.
50 Cent accused Ferreira of leaking behind-the-scenes photos of them together as well as spreading rumors that the two were dating.
We’re guessing the two worked things out behind the scenes because the suit, which was filed in Manhattan Federal Court in New York City, was dropped on Friday (Sept 26.), reports the New York Daily News.
Both parties filed motions to dismiss the case with prejudice, meaning the lawsuit cannot be refiled in the future.
The rapper's lawyer Stephen Savva says, "As Mr. Jackson always believed, the baseless claims asserted against him were not worth 50 cents, no less the $11 million originally sought by the plaintiff."