50 Cent makes fun of Megan Thee Stallion accuser
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50 Cent makes fun of Megan Thee Stallion accuser

Earlier this month, a former employee of Megan Thee Stallion sued the emcee for sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment. Although it is no joking matter, this hasn’t stopped hip-hop’s resident troll, 50 Cent, from making fun of the accuser, Emilio Garcia.

Shortly after the news broke on April 23rd, Fifty wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post, “This camera man and the lawyer who made the claim should be [boxing glove emoji] punched in the head. I’m sorry 2 women start making out, I’m not offended. THIS CASE IS THROWN OUT OF MY COURT.”

In the post, the Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ rapper references one of the accusations levelled against Megan Thee Stallion (real name Megan Pete) that while in Ibiza, Pete and Garcia were in an SUV with three other females when the rapper “and one of the other women start having sex right beside [him].” 

It further detailed how Garcia “could not get out of the car as it was both moving and he was in the middle of nowhere in a foreign country.” According to Garcia and his attorney, Ron Zambrano, this violated the US’ Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).

As well as this alleged sex act, Garcia’s lawsuit accuses Pete of fat-shaming by hurling abuse including, “spit your food out,” “you don’t need to be eating,” and “fat bitch.” Another violation of the FEHA.

Garcia was a part-time cameraman for Pete between July 2018 and September 2019, when he quit his other jobs to work full-time for the ‘Savage’ musician. However, the lawsuit claims he was told “unexpectedly” in June 2023 that “his services would no longer be required by Pete.”

In court documents obtained by publications, Zambrano has asserted that “Megan just needs to pay our client what he’s due, own up to her behaviour and quit this sort of sexual harassment and fat-shaming conduct. Emilio should never have been put in a position of having to be in the vehicle with her while she had sex with another woman. ‘Inappropriate’ is putting it lightly. Exposing this behaviour to employees is definitely illegal.”