50 Cent found much success in recent years, thanks to his endeavors in television. Power proved Fif can find as much success outside of rap as he did within the music industry. The Starz-backed series became a cultural phenomenon after its debut. Fans tuned in week after week as they followed the story of James “Ghost” St. Patrick and Tommy Egan. Though the series ended, Fif landed three spin-off series to expand the Power universe.

Power provides a look into St. Patrick’s life as he tries to leave the streets alone to become legitimate. However, one man filed a $1B lawsuit against Fif in 2021, claiming that the series was based on his life. “[Holland] fails to identify any defamatory statements made about him in connection with the fictional television series ‘Power,’” Fif’s attorneys wrote in a court filing. “He fails to allege that his name, portrait or picture was used in connection with ‘Power,’ or that any such use was a prohibited advertising use.”

Ex-Drug Dealer Claims 50 Cent Pulled Up To His Home

NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 02: (L-R) Lela Loren, 50 Cent, Joseph Sikora, Courtney Kemp Agboh, Omari Hardwick, and Naturi Naughton attend the “Power” Season Two Series Premiere at Best Buy Theater on June 2, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by D Dipasupil/FilmMagic)

Corey “Ghost” Holland Sr. accused 50 Cent of actually coming to his home to resolve the issue. In a filing obtained by AllHipHop, Holland said Fif pulled up to his home twice between July and August 2021. He added that Fif continuously attacked him online subliminally before showing up in his front yard. “… Now 50 Cent is bringing the drama right to plaintiff front yard,” the document reads. “So plaintiff responded to 50 Cent the way any normal person would respond to a possible threat, plaintiff prepared himself for whatever was go happen.”

Holland said that he tried to find out why 50 Cent was at his home yet couldn’t get an answer from the security detail. “The men in the truck returned, repeated the same intimidation tactic and left, but this time they appeared to be armed,” read the motion. “So plaintiff family ARM themselves, cause defendant Jackson, came back to plaintiff neighborhood for a second time, but once again security protected him. Plaintiff again tried to get to him and ask why is he coming to his home and neighborhood, but security prevented that, it’s clear your Honor, he was seeking a confrontation, and came very close to getting what he came for.” We’ll keep you posted on any further updates surrounding the case.