50 Cent sued Sleek Audio LLC over an unpaid promissory note that he lent to the company in 2010 fir $285,000. In May, 50 Cent terminated his partnership with Sleek for his “Sleek by 50” headphones. The company “essentially refused when 50 tried to recoup the money.
The company also said, “Sleek would have never borrowed money from Curtis Jackson or allowed him to invest in its company had it known that Jackson would ultimately use this tactic (of misusing the money) to steal its design, technology and headphones,” in an unsworn court statement.
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