50 Cent Sues Website For Misleading Fans
Rap superstar 50 CENT is furious after the editors a popular hip-hop website used his image without permission.
The In Da Club hitmaker, real name Curtis Jackson, is suing WorldStarHipHop.com over allegations his picture was plastered across the site's homepage, leading some readers to believe it was the star's own website.
50 Cent is taking the editors to court and has vowed to fight until they are broke.
In an interview with an Atlanta, Georgia radio station, he says, "I got a lawsuit against WorldStar for utilising my likeness. A lot of people felt like that was my site because they saw my face on the cover of (the website) for a long time.
"I have lawyers on retainers and I have to pay them so much money anyway, so we'll go back and forth to court until (they) can't afford a Subway sandwich. It's already too late for (them)."