Fugees’ Pras Suing 50 Cent & Kyrie Irving

Fugees rapper Pras is suing 50 Cent and Kyrie Irving over allegations of him being an FBI informant.

In line with the Los Angeles Instances, Pras’ lawyer despatched notification letters to representatives for 50 and NBA star Irving, together with Rolling Stone, on Wednesday (Might 10).

Pras was convicted of costs tied to an unlawful overseas affect scheme final month, with the knowledge allegations stemming from testimony he gave throughout his felony trial.

The defamation lawsuit is predicated on a Rolling Stone article that referred to Pras as an “FBI data,” and subsequent social media posts from 50 Cent and Kyrie Irving echoing that allegation.

In a since-deleted Instagram publish on April 24, 50 shared a screenshot of a headline naming Pras as an FBI informant, with 50 captioning the picture: “I knew this idiot was a Rat! I’m glad I by no means fvck with this man.”

A day later, Irving referred to Pras in a tweet that learn: “A complete FBI informant was within the Fugees for that lengthy??”

As for Rolling Stone, the publication allegedly referred to Pras as “an off-the-cuff FBI informant” within the authentic model of an article posted on April 18. The article was later modified to say he “voluntarily met with FBI brokers.”

Within the letters, Pras’ consultant Jonathan Noah Schwartz claimed every of their statements led to the rapper dropping enterprise offers and hurting his music income.

“It’s and was completely and demonstrably false for You to publish that Michel was a ‘authorities informant,’” Schwartz wrote to Rolling Stone.

“Labeling a Hip Hop artist comparable to Michel, the repute of whom relies upon ‘road credibility’ and never being a ‘snitch,’ a ‘authorities informant’ most definitely tends to topic stated Hip Hop artist to hatred, mistrust, ridicule, contempt and/or shame, together with damage of their commerce or occupation.”

Pras Denies Being FBI Informant, Doesn’t Want 6ix9ine Comparisons

Pras Denies Being FBI Informant, Doesn’t Need 6ix9ine Comparisons

David Kenner, the high-powered lawyer who defended Pras in his trial and beforehand represented Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight, can also be planning to sue.

“The Rolling Stone article resulted within the false and defamatory label being made in tons of of viral native, nationwide, and worldwide media information tales and weblog posts which have harmed the enterprise pursuits, reputations … of Pras and lawyer Kenner,” Pras’ spokesperson, Erica Dumas, informed the Los Angeles Instances.

“It’s unacceptable for any media outlet to publish unfounded and false allegations that may harm the companies and reputations of people and put them in danger.”

He went on to say 50 Cent’s “rat” and Kyrie Irving’s “FBI informant” feedback put Pras and Kenner’s “security in danger.”


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