Teairra Mari’s lawsuit against Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Akbar Abdul-Ahad may be losing steam now that her credibility is being questioned.
Money is apparently the objective in the situation and the “end result” is the bag… at least according to the Love & Hip Hop reality star, as those are the exact words that were recently caught on tape by her former lover Akbar Abdul-Ahad.
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According to RWS, Teairra Mari has been caught on tape attempting to make a back door deal with Akbar for her to drop the case.
In the video posted on Instagram Live Teairra admits her end game is to secure the bag, but says she’s willing to call the whole thing off if Akbar publicly proclaims his love for her.
To further tarnish her credibility, Teairra has also recently been outed for knowingly dating a married man as Akbar’s WIFE has come forward to speak on the situation.
Sade, an Atlanta based designer has come forward as Akbar’s legal spouse and is alleging that Teairra’s been stalking her on social media. She also states that Teairra pursued her husband after he financed her music career.
Akbar helped produce and write her new singles, “Bae-Cation” and “F*cked Up” that are currently on ITunes. He purchased wardrobe for her, let her use one of his cars being that she doesn’t have one. He also went as far as helping her pay her rent. And because of his generosity we are in the situation we are in now!
Akbar’s wife also alleges that her husband DID NOT leak the freaky flix that lead to a Lisa Bloom backed lawsuit and also reveals that Teairra is (allegedly) still an alcoholic after her brief stint in rehab.
“Akbar did not release that tape. Teairra has a lot of friends who have access to her personal information! Hints why Milan [Milan Christopher] had a picture posted on her page! I’m not saying he released it, but no one knows who did it. She is an alcoholic. The day she smashed out the windows to our cars she was drunk!”
This all sounds like a pre-planned publicity stunt for Love & Hip Hop, but who knows? Real life is often much stranger than fiction.