Benzino Says He Has Proof 50 Cent Lied About Owning ‘BMF’ Trademark: ‘You Never Told Meech Or STARZ’

Benzino Says He Has Proof 50 Cent Lied About Owning ‘BMF’ Trademark: ‘You Never Told Meech Or STARZ’

50 Cent continues to get under Benzino’s skin days after accusing him of having a relationship with a trans woman named Shauna Brooks. On Saturday (April 23), 50 Cent shared a post about Benzino’s daughter Coi Leray, who recently dropped her debut album Trendsetter. To Fif’s credit, he was supportive of the blossoming rapper, writing, “Now would be a good time to stop hating on @coileray. I’m gonna make her show up on your TV. STOP worrying about a first week WORK.”

Benzino responded to “RATMAN” by showing his appreciation for the post but then claiming he had proof 50 Cent fumbled the Black Mafia Family trademark. He wrote, “I appreciate u putting my Coi on but does she know you and STARS ain’t been seeing eye to eye lately. Well I just got my hands on a federal lawsuit saying that the ‘BMF’ trademark isn’t yours & knew about it & never told Meech or STARS. Big mistake you dummy.”

He continued, “Your dumb ass made the decisions not to tell anyone because you already invested too much. I’ll be releasing the entire lawsuit real soon, but I’m gonna let u marinate for a sec before I stick a fork in you. You crossed the line with my kid but that’s ok, she’ll have to live with the decision she made to go against her father to deal with the opps. Everyone who is a real person will recognize her disloyalty and it will be her downfall. SMH, people who sell their souls always regret it.”

50 Cent is responsible for the Black Mafia Family series on STARZ, which premiered in September 2021. The show follows the rise and fall of the infamous drug and money laundering organization spearheaded by brothers Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory throughout the ’90s and early 2000s. Not long after its debut, the show as picked up for a second season, although it’s unclear what will happen with it considering 50 Cent’s current issues with the STARZ network.

Whatever the case with the trademark, Coi Leray was clearly thrilled by 50 Cent’s support. Re-sharing his post on Twitter, she wrote, “GLG!!! Let’s go.” As for Benzino, he and his daughter continue to butt heads on social media. Earlier this month, he was accused of making fun of her low first-week album sales but later claimed he was hacked.

Whatever the case with the trademark, Coi Leray was clearly thrilled by 50 Cent’s support. Re-sharing his post on Twitter, she wrote, “GLG!!! Let’s go.” As for Benzino, he and his daughter continue to butt heads on social media. Earlier this month, he was accused of making fun of her low first-week album sales but later claimed he was hacked.

Source: HipHopDX

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