50 Cent has agreed to a settlement to end his lawsuit against a Miami medical spa that he believes implied he’d undergone penis enhancement surgery.
The G-Unit mogul (real name Curtis Jackson) claimed plastic surgeon Angela Kogan and her company, Perfection Plastic Surgery & MedSpa, used a photo of him the two took during a trip to Miami in February 2020 to promote her company and its services.
The lawsuit alleged Kogan used the photo — which 50 Cent said he took believing Kogan was merely a fan — to promote Perfection Plastic Surgery without authorization and falsely implied Fif underwent a penis enlargement procedure. He maintains he’s never had a penis enlargement surgery or any kind of surgery at MedSpa.
According to court documents filed on Friday (March 24), both 50 Cent and Kogan said they had “reached an agreement in principle to settle Mr. Jackson’s claims” and were “in the process of preparing an agreement to finalize and memorialize” the deal (via Billboard).
This isn’t the first lawsuit relating to the case to be settled in recent weeks. Last month, 50 agreed to a settlement with The Shade Room after the outlet was accused of spreading rumors about the rapper’s alleged op.
According to legal documents viewed by reporter Meghann Cuniff, 50 and The Shade Room agreed to settle their lawsuit on February 21 through the U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida.
“[50 Cent] by and through his undersigned counsel, hereby gives notice that he has reached an agreement to settle with Defendant The Shade Room… in the above captioned action,” the lawsuit read. “Jackson and TSR are in the process of executing their respective obligations pursuant to the agreement and will file a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal.”
In December, attorneys for Angela Kogan countered 50 Cent’s allegations by attempting to point the finger at The Shade Room instead.
According to court documents, the defense claimed rumors about 50’s alleged procedure were spread due to the gossip outlet publishing a photo of Fif and Kogan together.
Meanwhile, 50 Cent’s “vicious intimidation” of an ex-drug lord has led to a new $300million lawsuit.
According to AllHipHop, Corey “Ghost” Holland is suing Lionsgate Entertainment, accusing the company of enabling 50 to launch a vicious and sustained intimidation campaign against him.
In the lawsuit, it’s claimed 50 Cent orchestrated an intimidation campaign against Ghost, with Lionsgate Entertainment allegedly knowing about 50’s harmful propensities but failing to take necessary action.